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Myanmar security forces fired live rounds at anti-coup protesters: Medics

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Myanmar security forces fired live rounds at anti-coup protesters on Tuesday in the northwestern town of Kalay, with three demonstrators sustaining critical injuries, medics told AFP.

“We do not have enough doctors here,” a doctor in Kalay said by telephone, as he detailed the injuries to the three.

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A rescue worker also told AFP that people had sustained injuries from live and rubber bullets.

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