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Workers staged a protest on May 1, Labor Day in Rangoon. Around 200 workers staged a protest march from Bo Sein Hman Sports Ground in Bahan Township to Kyaikkasan Stadium in Tamwe Township, calling for pay rise, release of arrested students and return of confiscated farmland. (Photo: Sai Zaw/The Irrawaddy)
Title:
workers take to streets on Labor Day
Date:
1. May 2015
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The night scenes from the annual hot-air balloon contest in Taunggyi on Nov 14 (Photos: Pyay Kyaw / The Irrawaddy)
Title:
Hot-Air Balloon
Date:
14. November 2016
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A fire broke out at a building on lower block of Maha Bandoohla Street in Kyauktada Township in downtown Rangoon on March 1 evening. The mezzanine on the top floor of the building caught fire and firefighters had to climb up to the roof of the building to put out the fire. The mezzanines of the two rooms at the top floor were damaged in the fire. (Photo: Sai Zaw/The Irrawaddy)
Title:
Fire outbreak in downtown Rangoon
Date:
2. March 2015
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Bus
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Bus
Date:
17. January 2017
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Norwegian King Harald V seen together with government officials with Maha Lawka Marazein Kuthodaw Pagoda. (Photo - teza hlaing / The Irrawaddy)
Title:
Norwegian King’s Mandalay Visit
Date:
5. December 2014
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The closing ceremony of Mingalabar Festival at Rangoon’s People Park on Sunday night. The festival marked the 55th anniversary of French-Burma diplomatic relations.  (Photos: JPaing / The Irrawaddy)
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Mingalarbar Festival
Date:
4. December 2016
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Rangoon residents flocked to Martyrs' Mausoleum in Rangoon on Tuesday to pay their respect to Burmese national hero Gen. Aung San and his 8 colleagues who were assassinated 69 years ago today
Title:
Martyrs' Day
Date:
19. July 2016
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Razak and Ko Htwe are among the eight martyrs assassinated along with Gen. Aung San 69 years ago today, and they two are Muslims.
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Martyrs' Day
Date:
19. July 2016
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Around 50 street vendors from Lanmadaw, Latha, Pabedan, and Kyauktada townships marched to City Hall on Wednesday morning to protest local government action against hawkers on downtown pavements. (Photos: Myo Min Soe/ The Irrawaddy)
Title:
against hawkers on downtown pavements
Date:
18. January 2017
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Razak and Ko Htwe are among the eight martyrs assassinated along with Gen. Aung San 69 years ago today, and they two are Muslims.
Title:
Martyrs' Day
Date:
19. July 2016
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A fire broke out at a building on lower block of Maha Bandoohla Street in Kyauktada Township in downtown Rangoon on March 1 evening. The mezzanine on the top floor of the building caught fire and firefighters had to climb up to the roof of the building to put out the fire. The mezzanines of the two rooms at the top floor were damaged in the fire. (Photo: Sai Zaw/The Irrawaddy)
Title:
Fire outbreak in downtown Rangoon
Date:
2. March 2015
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The night scenes from the annual hot-air balloon contest in Taunggyi on Nov 14 (Photos: Pyay Kyaw / The Irrawaddy)
Title:
Hot-Air Balloon
Date:
14. November 2016
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More than 3,800 villagers who fled escalating conflict between a splinter group of the Democratic Karen Buddhist Army and joint forces of the Burma Army and its allied Border Guard Force in Hlaingbwe Township, Karen State have taken refuge in Myaing Gyi Ngu monastery. (Photos: Myo Min Soe / The Irrawaddy)
Title:
Myaing Gyi Ngu IDP Camp
Date:
1. January 2000
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People in Rangoon celebrating on election of Htin Kyaw as the Burma's ninth president on March 15, 2016. Photo: Pyay Kyaw/The Irrawaddy
Title:
Htin Kyaw president
Date:
15. March 2016
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Buses registered under the Rangoon Division Motor Vehicles Supervisory Committee--known as Ma Hta Tha in Burmese-- are seen in downtown Rangoon on January 15, their last day in service after plying through the city for several decades. The regional government will abolish the committee starting from Jan. 16 to implement a new system called the Yangon Bus Service, which will be managed under the Yangon Region Transport Authority.  (Photos: Myo Min Soe & Pyay Kyaw / The Irrawaddy)
Title:
The Last Day of Ma Hta Tha
Date:
15. January 2017
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