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Herald.ng: Minister beaten to death by striking Bolivian miners

27.8.16

Minister beaten to death by striking Bolivian miners: [herald ng] The minister, who spoke of a “cowardly and brutal” murder, added that his aide was also injured and was taken to hospital.

He said that one mine worker was reportedly also killed in the Thursday’s clashes, bringing the death toll in several days of protests against controversial trade union legislation to three.

“Two miners were killed on Wednesday.

“Around 100 miners were detained after Thursday’s protests,’’ he said.

Mine workers currently represented by independently organized cooperatives have been using street blockades to protest against a law allowing them to join trade unions.


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