Report: Officers use tear gas to disperse villagers in China protesting land seizure

About 1,000 riot police fired tear gas at protesters in southern China who were blocking an electricity pylon near a power station they felt was built on unfairly seized land, a radio station reported Friday. Several hundred villagers had gathered at the site, beating on cymbals, according to Radio Free Asia, a broadcaster funded by the U.S. Congress. Full Story

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