Two bombs have exploded at a market near Burma's border with India, injuring two men.
Burma's official newspaper, the New Light of Myanmar, reports the blasts occurred hours apart in Tamu, a town in Sagaing division, near the border with the Indian state of Manipur.
Both men received medical treatment, but the report did not elaborate about the injuries. There was no claim of responsibility for the blasts.
The newspaper blamed them on terrorists trying to disrupt stability in the country. It said the army and local officials are investigating the incidents.
Information for this report is provided by AFP.