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20.05.2011

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Australian miner targeted in Malaysian protest MP3

Malaysian protesters are demanding an Australian company abandons its planned rare earth minerals processing plant. They say it's an environmental and health risk to the area. Lynas Corp rejects their argument and says its standards are safe and within the regulations. Source: abc.net.au

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