Doctors under fire as Myanmar military targets efforts to aid injured protesters

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Medics tell of attacks on staff and ambulances to stop treatment of patients and punish those who took part in national strike

Htet Htet Win and her husband were late returning home on Sunday night. It was past the junta-imposed 8pm curfew when their motorbike passed through the streets of eastern Mandalay. The security forces reportedly shouted for them to stop, and then opened fire when they did not do so. Her husband was hit but managed to get away. She was knocked to the ground.

A grainy photograph, taken by an onlooker, shows her lying face down on the concrete, her arms reaching above her head, her purple top and bottoms marked with dark patches.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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