China responds to rural protest with deadly force – Richard McGregor

From the Financial Times:

The protest which triggered a deadly clash between police and farmers in a village in Guangdong, southern China, last week was initially much like thousands of confrontations across the country in recent years.

The villagers and their families were demonstrating to demand higher compensation for land seized from them to build a series of power plants, the same issue behind many protests.

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