3rd day of protests | Police break up Melbourne anti-lockdown demo

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Victoria police have opened fire with rubber bullets on demonstrators protesting Covid-19 lockdown in the city of Melbourne in an attempt to disperse an angry mob, some of whom were decked out in body armor and helmets.

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