China says addressing pollution in Inner Mongolia

Associated Press: A Chinese official says the government and local agencies are addressing pollution concerns that sparked clashes leading to a wave of ethnic protests across Inner Mongolia. Last month's protests followed the killings of two Mongols who were seeking to block coal-mining and coal-hauling operations that locals complain damage grasslands and cause pollution. Vice Environment Minister Li Ganjie said Friday that "the situation has calmed down and I'm confident the relevant issues will be properly......

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