A police van rammed into protesters, leaving several bloodied, as an anti-U.S. rally turned violent at the American Embassy in Manila. Protest leader Renato Reyes said at least three student activists had to be taken to a hospital after they were run over by the van driven by a police officer....
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine police opened fire as a protest by thousands of rice farmers who lost their crops turned violent on Friday, killing one and wounding about a dozen, a leader of a farming group said.
At least three student activists had to be taken to a hospital after they were run over by the van.
Several people were hospitalized after demonstrators outside the U.S. embassy in Manila called for U.S. troops to leave the country. AP footage shows a police van repeatedly ramming into protesters.