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2 May
One person died and three others sustained potentially serious wounds in a stabbing attack at the University of Texas in Austin on Monday, where one person has been taken into custody, who has been identified as...
2 May
North Korea would need to clear many conditions before a meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un could be contemplated, the White House said on Monday. After Trump told...
2 May
A "fabric" designed by NASA could one day provide protection in space, as well as be the basis for shape-changing surfaces. Bob Mezan reports. A new "fabric" designed at NASA'S Jet...
2 May
For the official visits to Italy, Britain and the European Union (EU) Headquaters in Brussels, Belgium, a Myanmar delegation led by State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi left for Thailand from Yangon...
1 May
State and Regional level Badminton Tournament 2017 started at Wunna Theikdi Stadium in Nay Pyi Taw on Monday. With the aim of turning out the young generation players, the tournament is organized for players...
1 May
Many countries began International Workers’ Day Celebration in 1890. And today is the 127th Workers’ Day or May Day. Khine Wutyi Thant reports. A celebration was also held in Hlaing Tharya...
1 May
Former Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi got re-elected on Sunday as the chief of the center-left Democratic Party. The victory has posited Renzi to campaigning for the Italian presidential election on the...
1 May
Japan's biggest warship Izumo departed from Yokosuka base on Monday to help supply the USS Carl Vinson amid heightened tension on the Korean Peninsula. The 249 meter-long Izumo is as large as Japan's...
1 May
Confederation of Trade Unions of Myanmar (CTUM) organized Workers’ Day Celebration in cooperation with the Ministry of Labor, Immigration and Population. The celebration on the 1st of May in Yangon drew...
1 May
Residents of Kyauktada township raised their concern on safety at the meeting with member of parliaments on Sunday. The event was about hearing people’s voices as well as reviewing MPs’ work...

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