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China: police beat staff protesting over working conditions at iPhone factory




Footage shows security and police officers in China clashing with staff protesting over working conditions and pay at the world’s biggest factory for iPhones, in Zhengzhou, China. Footage shows police beating protestors with poles amid riots. The Foxconn factory has been placed under strict lockdown restrictions, forcing factory staff to live and work on site.

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Frustration had been mounting over recent months at the plant over conditions, pay and the handling of positive Covid cases
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