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Macau chief executive defends police firing

Macau’s chief executive defended a police decision to fire warning shots during a May Day march, saying it was aimed at avoiding a stampede. Lawmakers had criticised the police for firing the shots in the air during the rare protest march that erupted into violence, as authorities investigate if one of the bullets may have injured a passing motorcyclist. Macau chief executive Edmund Ho said in a statement late on Friday that police had fired the shots to warn off protesters from trampling on one another as some people at the front had started to fall. Full Story

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