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Monterrico Metals/Zijin at Majaz: The deadly trainwreck continues

Here’s Reuters with the news of more deaths at the Rio Blanco/Majaz copper project in northern Peru. There’s more to this story than meets the eye.

LIMA, Dec 3 (Reuters) – Two people were killed and eight were injured on Wednesday as Peruvian police sought to apprehend a suspect in the November attack on a controversial mining camp owned by Chinese miner Zijin, police said on Thursday.

Authorities said they arrested two suspects for the assault last month that killed three workers at the Rio Blanco copper project, which has locked local communities and foreign investors in an environmental dispute marred by violence CONTINUES HERE.

What part of “This will never, ever be a mine” do you not understand?

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