Chinese protesters in Guangdong fight $300 million land deal





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Published on Nov 14, 2011

Protesters at Yilong Village, Guangdong Province, were angry at the village committee that did not hold a public discussion before selling its 12.8 acres of village land to a developer. The sale made $300m but none of the villagers received any of that money so they've been protesting at the local industrial park for days before armed police dispersed them by force two days ago.

According to the officials, the main suspect of the protesting has been captured and the peace in the village has been restored since yesterday. But a large group of armed policemen are still stationed at the village after dark.

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