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Myanmar Crisis

At least 2 protesters killed in Myanmar as police open fire

Estimated 20 wounded and 30 detained during anti-junta demonstrations

An injured man is carried by rescue workers after protests against the military coup, in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Feb. 20.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- At least two people were killed in Mandalay, Myanmar's second-largest city, on Saturday when police opened fire to disperse protests against the military coup, according to local media.

This brings the number of deaths among protesters to three, including a woman who died on Friday.

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