Chinese farmers protest of sale of ancient land
Rioters in the southern Chinese province of Guandong have damaged government buildings and injured police officers in protests over a land sale.
The unrest began on Wednesday and continued on Saturday in Lufeng, which is a city of 1.7m people.
Villagers from a suburb are angry at what they see as ancestral land is being sold to developers.
The BBC's Michael Bristow reports from Beijing.
24 Sep 2011
- From the section Asia-Pacific