Protest in Southern China Blocks High-Speed Train Tracks

April 3, 2015 6:55 AM

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Protesters in a southern Chinese city angry over land, water and other local issues have occupied the platform of a high-speed train station, shutting down service for about half an hour.

A statement from the city of Puning said 22 people were arrested in the Thursday night protest, and no one was injured. The statement said protesters cut through barbed wire to take over the station.

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