Sunday, January 13, 2008

Myanmar sees three consecutive explosions

Ha Noi (VNA) - At about 8:00 GMT on January 13, a blast at a railway station in Myanmar's main city of Yangon injured a woman, foreign media reported.

One day earlier, a bomb blasted in Bago Division, central Myanmar, claiming a life and injuring four others.

The two blasts followed a bomb exploded at the railway station in Pyinmana township in the new capital city of Naypyidaw on January 11. The January 11 bombing, the first in the new capital city, killed a 40-year old woman.

After the bombings, the Myanmar authorities called on the people to keep constant vigilance.

Three state-run major papers ran news items on the bombings, saying that “terrorists” were planning to conduct bombings in the country and calling on the people to raise vigilance and inform the authorities of any suspicious actions as well.

Source: News Agency

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