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Full Version: Asset Protectors - Peru Militarizes Mine Site to Quell Anti-Mining Protests
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The government deployed soldiers to the copper mine, while the protests started in March have already caused three victims. The Peruvian government confirmed Saturday the militarization of the southern protest of Islay, in Arequipa, as anti-mining protests caused a third victim – this time, a policeman. "We haven't lost hope that dialogue is resumed.

Meanwhile, we are taking measures to help maintain law and order," President Ollanta Humala said. Peru’s minister of justice explained that the military troops will help protect vital infrastructure in the area while maintaining peace on the streets.

Mining in full production - wars don't matter. Why is Pakistan so important - mining - not people. Wealth from mining pouring out of nations where violence isn't stopping dollars.

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