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AMobile Earns International Design Excellence Award 2018 from IDSA, Mobile Inspection Assistant G60 Winning 6 International Awards

AMobile has achieved its design pinnacle by receiving IDEA 2018 organized by IDSA. The awarded product, Mobile Inspection Assistant G60, is the world's first 3-in-1 handheld device, combining a thermal..
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Australia considering Myanmar sanctions amid damning UN report on atrocities

Australia is considering targeted sanctions against Myanmar over atrocities committed against the Rohingya minority.
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Cornell Scientist Resigns [Video]Cornell Scientist Resigns

According to Science Magazine, a Cornell nutrition scientist has resigned after retractions and misconduct findings based on his research. In a statement issued yesterday, Cornell’s provost, Michael..

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City works to help displaced residents [Video]City works to help displaced residents

City works to help displaced residents

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6PM UPDATE: City finds horrid living conditions at Yale Park Apartments [Video]6PM UPDATE: City finds horrid living conditions at Yale Park Apartments

Chief Housing Inspector Scott Lane said about 90 percent of the units had bed bugs, lice, maggots or rodents. Additionally, many of the units had other unsanitary conditions and up to 40 percent had..

KMTV Action 3 News -   04:30

UN Secretary General Calls For Pardon Of Journalists In Myanmar [Video]UN Secretary General Calls For Pardon Of Journalists In Myanmar

According to Reuters, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for the release of two journalists in Myanmar. Secretary-General Guterres told reporters that he hopes the government will pardon..

Wochit -   00:39

Jeremy Hunt: The world will ensure there is accountability [Video]Jeremy Hunt: The world will ensure there is accountability

Jeremy Hunt's visit to Myanmar comes in the wake of a United Nations report which revealed 'deeply disturbing' treatment of the Rohingya people. The Foreign Secretary said that it is essential that the..

ODN -   02:09

Jeremy Hunt visits Myanmar for answers about Rohingya people [Video]Jeremy Hunt visits Myanmar for answers about Rohingya people

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt meets Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar. His visit comes after a United Nations report revealed 'deeply disturbing' treatment of the Rohingya people. Report by Lynaghf. Like us..

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Australia considering Myanmar sanctions

Australia is considering targeted sanctions against Myanmar over atrocities committed against the Rohingya minority.
SBS

'Ignored, criticised, sidelined': experts slam UN response to Myanmar crisis

"What we have found are not only the most serious human rights violations, but crimes of the highest order under international law," UN-backed investigators said.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

The Myanmar generals accused of 'genocide'

Myanmar's powerful army should be removed from politics and the top generals should to be prosecuted for "genocide" against the Rohingya Muslim minority, says the final UN report.
SBS

Myanmar military brutality against Rohingya 'hard to fathom': UN

Myanmar's powerful army should be removed from politics, UN investigators said in the final version of a damning report.
SBS

Myanmar Metals completes scoping study for US$191 million China open pit at Bawdwin mine

Myanmar Metals Limited (ASX:MYL) has shared results of a CSA Global Pty Ltd scoping study for an open pit for the China lode at Bawdwin silver-lead-zinc project in Myanmar, giving the starter pit a..
Proactive Investors

No surprises, but Aung San Suu Kyi shocks with comments on Rohingya

Myanmar's de facto leader leaves herself open to accusations she was taking the side of the military forces responsible for atrocities.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Aung San Suu Kyi's comments spark rebuke from US

The Myanmar leader's comments that the jailing of two Reuters journalists could appeal their seven-year sentences has prompted criticism from the US.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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