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Alex NyiNyiAung 19h
The recently opened 1st power plant in with integrated solar power generation will generate around 1,500 gigawatt hours of electricity a year, helping to meet the power needs of approximately 5.3 million people.
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DFID Burma Mar 17
The UK is looking to form a long term economic partnership with for mutual benefit. Through , sponsored the State Investment & Product Fair to showcase its natural beauty, traditions & identity & to promote & opportunities
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Hnin Yadana Zaw 5h
Breaking: 7 civilians injuried by army attack in Mrauk-U, famous historical site in State tonight, the attack is likely by the news of the armed group Arakan Army’s activities in the region.
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Haikal Mansor 11h
, Remember that Adolf Hitler too got red carpet treatments during his campaign to wipe out Jews, Romani and other ethnic & religious groups, the way you've been receiving the red carpets amidst the campaign to wipe out in partnership with Military
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Bago Club Mar 16
Tapping the tourism potential of the Archipelago, Mergui Archipelago is one of the least-visited places on earth with the best dive spots in with rays and sharks, as well as the diversity of coral reefs which sit off many of the white powdery sand beaches.
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BurmaInMayStudy 2h
During the building boom of the late 1880s and 1890s, wooden houses quickly gave way to masonry building in the down area (RC structures were not introduced in until 1911) p.19, from 'A History of modern Burma'. by Michael W. Charney.
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BurmaInMayStudy 1h
Conclusion by Michael W. Charney, from his “A History of Modern Burma”
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Aye Maung Mar 15
military armed troop attacked Mrauk-Oo last night, local people said. soldiers randomly shot to residential areas and some people got wounded by the gunshot. In the picture, a local man shows the artillery shells that landed on ancient temples.
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UK-ASEAN (UKABC) 10h
Excellent panel discussion on ‘Myanmar Today and Opportunities Tomorrow’ incl senior Myanmar officials moderated by Simon Makinson of . of ’s Centre for Responsible Business says transparency, honesty and accountability is what business want.
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Matthew Smith 10h
The military created a 3-person military court today to “scrutinize” reports of human rights violations in Rakhine St. It’s another sham. They should cooperate w/ the ICC & a U.N. Independent Mechanism. | ⁦⁩ news release
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Aye Mar Mar 14
13.3.2019 and 14.3.2019 within Myanmar Army chemical weapons went round the villages and some black shells burst near some of the animals had died Army the of the domestic war I hate them and forward them to the helicopter, including jet Army AA fierce offensive.
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Aung Naing 10h
An Unholy Alliance: Monks and the Military in Myanmar
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UNDP Myanmar 14h
In case you missed it, watch this video about Myanmar winner for 2018, Dr. Cynthia Maung’s incredible work in emergency in vulnerable & conflict situations in that supports delivery of over 2300 babies
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Bago Club Mar 14
Since the government has reduced logging, many and their mahouts are out of work. To support these mahouts and to raise the fund for orphan elephants, the camps offer these activities such as rides and shows.
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BurmaInMayStudy 2h
Debating or ! Changing name by the SLORC at 19 October 1988:
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UK-ASEAN (UKABC) 10h
Inspiring talk from Steve Smith, Deputy CEO of highlighting the do’s and dont’s and the road to success in . Perseverance, patience and presence in market are key.
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phyu Thant Mar 12
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Ivy(Garfield) Mar 12
Love the way you are 🍁
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Rolling Twoos Mar 14
Replying to @RollingTwoos
Countries Indians can travel without VISA.
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Hope wife💜💜💜💜 Mar 12
Happy Birthday Beomgyu 🎉🎂😘😘😘 fan
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