A mountain range has emerged as the most deadly in the world, killing almost three times more people than any other place.
The deadly, heavily populated country of Laos has the highest number of deaths in the Americas.
The region, which covers parts of the central highlands of the country, is home to the world’s largest number of people who are estimated to live in its countryside.
In the first seven months of 2017, at least 6,700 people were killed in Laos.
It is estimated that in the past 10 years, the region has had an average of 30,000 to 40,000 deaths per year.
The mountain range, which stretches from the border of Laos to Thailand and Vietnam, stretches from north to south and is believed to be the most dangerous area in the whole of the world.
In 2015, at the height of the deadly, densely populated conflict, the Laos government announced that the country had reached a “peak of violence” and it called for an end to all conflict.
In 2017, the government declared the country “at peace” but the war has continued to rage on.
In addition to the massive violence, Laos has also suffered from a severe food shortage.
The country is currently in the midst of the worst humanitarian crisis since the war ended in 2015.
With its population of over two million, Laos is one of the most densely populated countries in the Middle East.
This is due to the fact that it is a mountainous country and its terrain, which is often covered in thick vegetation, means that the area has been affected by the drought and has suffered a high rate of landslides.
There is also the ongoing drought in the country.
As a result, the population of the Laos is growing, and the region is expected to have an additional 4 million people by 2030.
It’s estimated that the population will grow to over six million by 2035.
Although the country is not yet at the level of a major disaster, the violence has already taken a toll on the health of the population.
It has also led to an increase in malaria and tuberculosis cases.
The most recent case was recorded in September.
According to the World Health Organization, the area of the region that is the most affected is a stretch of Laos bordering Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.
The number of new cases has also risen from around 5,000 cases per month in early 2018 to over 10,000 per month by November 2018.
According the WHO, the most common cause of deaths is malaria.
There are also a number of other causes of death including heart disease, respiratory disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes.
Despite the fact, the number of victims is increasing, and there is an increase of cases of diarrhoea, pneumonia, and malaria.
The latest statistics show that the number for this year has reached 6,638, with more than 11,000 people dying of these causes.
It seems that there are many factors that are contributing to the increase in the number and severity of deaths.
According it to the United Nations, a number two cause is the increased availability of drugs in the region.
This has led to more people using drugs to treat the disease, which means more people are dying.
A third, or a fourth, or fifth, or sixth, or seventh, factor is the war.
A number of factors contribute to this, but the main one is that the conflict has made life more difficult for the people.
It means that they are forced to rely on the assistance of their relatives to survive.
As the conflict intensifies, the conflict will have an even greater impact on the country’s people.
The current conflict in Laos is only the latest in a series of major conflicts in the Asian region.
In Vietnam, the country has experienced several devastating wars in the last few decades, including one with Laos.
In India, which has been under the control of India’s ruling party for the last 15 years, more than 6 million people have been killed.
The conflict in Vietnam has also spread to Myanmar, the largest of the three nations that form the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
In Burma, the Rohingya people have faced persecution for decades.
The situation in Myanmar is extremely complex and the government is not able to control all the situation.
In China, the Communist Party has not only been involved in the current conflict, but it has also been trying to create an environment where it can maintain control over the region’s population.
This means that it has taken more than 60 years for the Communist Government to finally change its policies in the Southeast Asian region and it has made some major decisions, like a decision to introduce a policy that allows for a greater level of social mobility in the area.
However, it still remains unclear how long the Communist-controlled government will allow for such social mobility.
The main reason for this is the continued conflict in the surrounding region.
The ongoing conflict has affected the people in many ways, but mainly through their food.
In Laos, a lot of the food that is produced there