(Reuters) – Police in the Myanmar metropolis of Mandalay opened fireplace and used tear gasoline on Saturday to interrupt up an anti-coup protest nevertheless it was not clear in the event that they fired reside ammunition or rubber bullets, in accordance with video broadcast by a media outlet.
A physician advised the Irrawaddy information web site that a number of folks had suffered from publicity to tear gasoline and one particular person was wounded by a bullet nevertheless it might have been a rubber bullet.
Police weren’t instantly obtainable for remark.
(Reporting by Reuters workers; Writing by Robert Birsel; Modifying by Mark Heinrich)
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