March 3 (Reuters) - Another two protesters were killed on Wednesday in the Myanmar city of Yangon as the security forces opened fire on opponents of a Feb. 1 military coup, a witness said, taking the death toll for the day to at least 13.
"I heard so much continuous firing. I lay down on the ground, they shoot a lot and I saw two people killed on the spot," protester Kaung Pyae Sone Tun, 23, told Reuters.
(Reporting by Reuters staff Writing by Robert Birsel; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
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