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Myanmar investigates into two cases of bomb explosion
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13:50, March 05, 2009

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The Myanmar authorities are making investigation into cases of two bomb explosions which occurred on Tuesday night, calling on people to report on any suspicious movement in this connection.

With no casualties, the two bomb blasts in different locations in Yangon at an interval of over an hour with the first at the Padonma Park in Myaynigone, Sanchaung township and the second at a bus terminal at Hledan, Kamayut township.

The prior bomb broke the windscreen of a light truck parking nearby, while the latter destroyed the ceiling of a passenger shelter and the glass window of a desktop printing and copying shop nearby.

The bomb blasts were the third in Yangon since Sept. 9 last year when a big bus exploded near Hledan injuring three passengers with the bus almost destroyed. The second explosion on Sept. 25 at a bus terminal outside the Maha Bandoola Garden and opposite the City Hall in the heart of city injured four people including three women.

Last month, two bombs also went off in Bago division without casualties.

Source:Xinhua



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