International Institute for Religious Freedom

Bonn – Cape Town – Colombo

Laos

Reports

Laos: Papal surprise: Laos gets its first cardinal

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest May 22, 2017

Laos: Pressure on Laos Christians continues with arson attack

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest March 22, 2017

Laos: Obama pledges $90 million to help clear remnants of U.S. bombing in Laos

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - September 6, 2016

Laos: Rights groups ask world leaders to tackle abuses in Laos

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - September 2, 2016

Laos: Obama urged to press Laos on human rights at regional summit

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - September 1, 2016

Laos: Spotlight Shines on Laos as it Takes a Turn in the ASEAN Chair

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - March 1, 2016

Laos: Laos assures US it will help counter Chinese assertiveness

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - January 25, 2015

Laos: Christian Jailed for Praying Dies After Laos Authorities Deny Him Medication, Watch Him Suffer Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/christian-jailed-for-praying-for-sick-woman-dies-after-laos-authorities-deny-him-medication-watch-him-suff

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - September 27, 2015

Laos: Laotian government pressures activists not to raise human rights issue at ASEAN meeting

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - April 29, 2015

Laos: Sentencing of five Lao Christians draws criticism

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - February 20, 2015

Laos: Silent Night in Laos

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - January 11, 2015

Laos: Laos’ Holiday Crackdown

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - January 7, 2015

The Lebanese model: a multi-religious solution for Syria and Iraq?

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - November 16, 2014

Seven Christians arrested for prayer gathering, released in Laos

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - October 17, 2014

Laos: Seven Christians arrested for religious meeting

Local authorities in Savannakhet province, Laos, arrested seven Protestant Christians after they held a religious meeting on 29 September.