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Armed forces denies troops bombarded with urine, forcing them to don helmets

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Modified 10 Apr 2020, 8:18 am

CORONAVIRUS | The armed forces has denied that soldiers were forced to wear helmets instead of berets after vexed residents placed under total lockdown rained projectiles on them.

Chief General Affendi Buang said there were no incidents of plastic bags filled with urine being thrown at the soldiers by the affected migrants.

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