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Myanmar: Army fires live ammunition as protests continue on another day

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The Burmese army fired live ammunition at several demonstrators in Bagan, the historic city in central Burma, causing one minor injury, one of the protest organizers reported. Thousands of Burmese came out again to protest against the military junta in other cities such as Mandalay and Rangoon, where security forces fired tear gas, with those in uniform increasingly isolated from the international community. Clad in plastic helmets and metal shields,protesters try to barricade the streets to prevent the advance of the police and military despite the harsh repression. Sources from the National League for Democracy, the party of deposed de facto leader Aung…

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