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YANGON: Shelling by Myanmar's military killed a woman and two infants, and wounded six others in Rakhine State on Tuesday (Dec 3), according to residents and a lawmaker in the town of Mrauk U, where security forces are fighting against an ethnic militant group.
YANGON (Reuters) - Shelling by Myanmar's military killed a woman and two infants, and wounded six others in Rakhine State on Monday, according to residents and a lawmaker in the town of Mrauk U, where security forces are fighting against an ethnic militant group.
DA NANG, Vietnam (ANN): Malindo Air from Malaysia officially launched its newest direct air route Da Nang-Kuala Lumpur – the third direct flight after two routes connecting Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Kuala Lumpur – in a ceremony on Sunday (Dec 1).
New Delhi-based photographer Benoy K. Behl got whisked into a world of compassion while documenting some of the world’s finest ancient paintings.
Lenggong Valley is an open-air museum with skeletons and stone tools dating back thousands of years.
Budapest is rich in cultural, architectural and human history, but also with a modern vibe that fits perfectly in the mix.
This year’s selection reflects key issues and themes, organisers point out, including the elevation of indigenous voices; historic and under-represented sites; and disaster recovery.
ROME (Reuters) - Venice's historic Saint Mark's Basilica will need millions of euros of restoration work after it was flooded this week for just the sixth time in 1,200 years, leaving its delicate marble mosaics exposed to destructive salt water, its curator said.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Nicaraguan police on Monday accused 16 anti-government protesters of planning to carry out terrorist attacks in the Central American country, which has been rocked by more than a year and a half of deadly protests against the government.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The view from Pavel Kacirek's apartment overlooking Prague's majestic Old Town Square should make it the dream home, but the hordes of tourists and clogged streets mean it no longer is.