Protesters want China’s Wanbao Mining Copper Ltd. Company to give them 1,900 acres in restitution for lost crops.
There are fears for the health and safety of future generations as experts say China lacks an independent safety regime.
The move comes amid an ever-widening crackdown on women's rights activists by the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
The move is part of an "anti-terrorism, stability maintenance" operation that aims to track all vehicles in the region eventually.
Commentators say the move is an 'expression of displeasure' rather than evidence of a policy shift in Beijing.
Diplomatic spat heats up as Malaysia rebukes Pyongyang’s envoy over outburst.
Exact cause of death still unclear but police are treating the case as murder, officials say.
One suspect was duped into thinking she was taking part in a reality TV prank, Indonesian officials say.
Amnesty International seeks to highlight a worsening climate for freedom of expression in the city.