Forced exit

Fenyvesi, C.
June 1991
U.S. News & World Report;6/10/91, Vol. 110 Issue 22, p23
Reports that Thailand is planning to force the repatriation of 1,700 Hmong tribesmen who fled Laos after the defeat of anti-Communists in the Vietnam War. The Pathet Lao government in Laos has publicly called for their extermination.


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