အရောငျရငျ့မှတျတမျး – Bold News April 2019 ဧပွီ ၂၀၁၉

kaiApril 6, 20193min73611
Myanmar Gazette added 32 new photos to the album: Myanmar Gazette April 2019.

The Myanmar Gazette
April 2019 #124
11″ x 17″ 32 Pages
Printed in Los Angeles
https://issuu.com/myanmargaze…/docs/myanmar_gazette_apr_2019

မောငျစှမျးရညျ ရဲ့ မုံရှာအောငျရှငျသို့ပေးစာ
မောငျလူပရေဲ့ ဆနျဖရနျစစ်စကို
KZ ရဲ့ အာရှတခှငျမှဖကျထုတျမြား အစားအသောကျကဏ်ဍ
ဧပရယျ အလှပနျးအဖွဈ Su Myet Thwe
မသန်တာအောငျ(ဆေးပညာဘှဲ့)ရဲ့ ကွှကျသားရောငျရမျးရောဂါမြား
တိမျမညျးရဲ့ လမျးလြှောကျသူနဲ့ကားအန်တရာယျ
မောငျမိုးညိုရဲ့ ဆိုရှယျလဈဇငျသမိုငျးတပါတျလညျတော့မညျလော
လစဉျပါနကြေ.. နေ့စဉျ မွနျမာ/ကမ်ဘာ သတငျးဒိုငျယာရီ၊ ခုနှဈရကျသားသမီး လစဉျဗဒေငျ၊အငျ်ဂလိပျစာသငျခနျးစာ၊ တိုငျးရငျးဆေး၊ မွနျမာဆယျလီဘရိတျတီသတငျးမြားနှငျ့အတူ ဧပွီလထုတျမွနျမာ့ဂဇကျ ထှကျနပေါပွီ။ 
အမရေိကပွညျထောငျစုရှိ နီးစပျရာ ဘုနျးကွီးကြောငျး၊ ခခြြျ၊ မွနျမာစတိုးဆိုငျမြားမှာ အခမဲ့ရယူပါ..။

11 comments

  • kai

    April 6, 2019 at 6:14 am

    အိမျပွညျ့သှားပွီ.. တဲ့..


    ‘Our country is full’: Trump says migrants straining system
    Declaring “our country is full,” President Donald Trump insisted the U.S. immigration system was overburdened and illegal crossings must be stopped as he inspected a refurbished section of fencing at the Mexican border
    CALEXICO, Calif. — Apr 5, 2019 3:18 PM
    Declaring “our country is full,” President Donald Trump on Friday insisted the U.S. immigration system was overburdened and illegal crossings must be stopped as he inspected a refurbished section of fencing at the Mexican border.
    https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory/trump-ramps-attacks-democrats-ahead-border-visit-62195298

  • kai

    April 6, 2019 at 6:17 am

    ကနျထုတျခံရတော့မယျ့.. အာဆနျ


    WORLD NEWSAPRIL 2, 2019 / 9:29 AM / 3 DAYS AGO
    Ecuador’s president says Assange breached terms of London embassy asylum
    QUITO (Reuters) – President Lenin Moreno of Ecuador told radio stations on Tuesday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has “repeatedly violated” the terms of his asylum in the Andean nation’s London embassy, where he has lived for nearly seven years.
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-ecuador-wikileaks-assange/ecuadors-president-says-assange-breached-terms-of-london-embassy-asylum-idUSKCN1RE1TL

  • kai

    April 9, 2019 at 1:57 am

    Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s resignation, explained
    Nielsen was the most aggressive DHS secretary in history. It wasn’t enough for Trump.
    By Dara Linddara@vox.com Apr 7, 2019, 6:46pm EDT
    Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned Sunday night after a relatively short tenure as arguably the most aggressive secretary in the department’s short history — a stint that will most likely be remembered for the “zero tolerance” prosecution policy of late spring and early summer 2018 that resulted in the separation of thousands of families attempting to cross at the US-Mexico border.

    But having the most hawkish DHS secretary in memory appears to not have been enough for Trump, who is enraged over the number of Central American families and asylum seekers coming into the United States.
    https://www.vox.com/2019/4/7/18299585/kirstjen-nielsen-trump-dhs-homeland-security-resign-secretary-new

  • kai

    April 10, 2019 at 12:45 am


    Vitamin and mineral supplements won’t help you live longer, could cause harm, study finds
    Brett Molina, USA TODAY Published 9:21 a.m. ET April 9, 2019 | Updated 9:30 a.m. ET April 9, 2019
    Getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals can lower your risk of an early death, but they should come from food instead of supplements, a study published Tuesday suggests.

    Researchers from Tufts University say they found no association between the use of dietary supplements and a lower risk of death.

    The study analyzed data from a larger health and nutrition survey conducted between 1999 and 2010. More than 30,000 participants ages 20 and older answered questions about dietary supplement use.

    Results showed people who got adequate amounts of vitamin K and magnesium lowered their risk of early death, and those who got enough vitamin A, vitamin K and zinc had a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease. However, those benefits were only earned when those nutrients came from food, not supplements.
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2019/04/09/vitamin-mineral-supplements-dont-lower-risk-early-death-study/3408637002/

  • kai

    April 16, 2019 at 4:25 pm


    Paris’ Notre Dame ‘saved from total destruction,’ French fire official says, after blaze ravages cathedral
    PUBLISHED MON, APR 15 2019 • 1:13 PM EDT UPDATED 4 HOURS AGO
    Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral has been saved after the roof collapsed Monday as a massive fire ripped through the structure. Firefighters say the fire has been largely extinguished.
    The area surrounding the cathedral was evacuated in case the structure fell.
    A French Interior Ministry official had previously said firefighters may not have been able to save the cathedral.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/15/paris-notre-dame-cathedral-on-fire-reuters.html

  • kai

    April 16, 2019 at 4:30 pm


    Here’s the first 3D-printed heart made from actual human tissue
    It’s around the size of a rabbit’s heart, but it’s still been called a breakthrough.

    BY
    DANIEL VAN BOOM
    APRIL 15, 2019 6:06 PM PDT
    One day, scientists hope, we’ll be able to manufacture hearts that can be transplanted into humans. A team of researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel has brought that goal closer to a reality.

    The team successfully 3D-printed a heart using human tissue and vessels, according to their paper published in Advanced Science on Monday. While the heart isn’t full-sized — it’s about as big as a rabbit’s heart — it still marks a breakthrough, the team says.

    “This is the first time anyone anywhere has successfully engineered and printed an entire heart replete with cells, blood vessels, ventricles and chambers,” Professor Tal Dvir, who led the team, said to local press. “People have managed to 3D-print the structure of a heart in the past, but not with cells or with blood vessels.”
    https://www.cnet.com/news/heres-the-first-3d-printed-heart-made-from-actual-human-tissue/

  • kai

    April 19, 2019 at 12:26 pm

    John McAfee

    @officialmcafee
    I protected the identity of Satoshi. It’s time, though, that this be put to bed. Imposters claim to be him, we are spending time and energy in search of him – It’s a waste. Every day I will narrow down the identity of Satoshi until he reveals himself, or I reveal him.

    3,649
    10:58 AM – Apr 17, 2019 · Bahamas

  • kai

    April 19, 2019 at 12:27 pm

    Once destroyed by the Taliban, the Buddha statues live again
    When the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in 1996, they imposed an extremist version of Islamic law across the country. They tried to erase all traces of a rich pre-Islamic past and ordered the destruction of ancient statues, including the world’s tallest standing Buddhas.

    Those memories are still alive for millions of Afghans. And now they have become present concerns, as the US and Afghan government negotiate with the Taliban for a deal that could see them return to power in Afghanistan.

    The BBC’s Shoaib Sharifi visited the National Museum in Kabul where a team are rebuilding some of the ancient Buddha sculptures that were destroyed by the Taliban.

    Camera David Bull

    Producer Camelia Sadeghzadeh

    18 Apr 2019
    https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-47954950/once-destroyed-by-the-taliban-the-buddha-statues-live-again#

  • kai

    April 28, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    TikTok is back in India after court lifts its ban
    Rishi Iyengar byline
    By Rishi Iyengar, CNN Business

    Updated 5:06 PM ET, Wed April 24, 2019
    New York (CNN Business)TikTok, the Chinese social media platform pulled from app stores in India over claims it made children vulnerable to pornographic and other inappropriate content, will be available for download again after winning a court fight.
    The popular video-sharing app was reinstated by a court in India on Wednesday, a week after the Indian government forced it to be taken down from Google (GOOGL) and Apple’s (AAPL) online marketplaces over concerns about inappropriate content.
    The Madras High Court had ordered on April 3 that TikTok be banned, saying it could expose children to sexual predators, pornographic content and cyberbullying. But the court reversed its decision following an appeal by TikTok’s parent company Bytedance, which can now continue adding to the app’s 120 million monthly active users in India.
    https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/24/tech/tiktok-india-ban-lifted/index.html

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