Thousands continue taking to the streets of Myanmar despite shooting | The World

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A Myanmar protester is in a critical condition after the most violent day of rallies yet. Doctors say a woman was shot by live ammunition, and is unlikely to survive. Speaking to The World, Frontier Myanmar editor-in-chief Thomas Kean says the shooting has “shocked quite a lot of people”, but that hasn’t stopped huge crowds taking to the streets.

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