Dam protesters chained to truck's axles

Dam protesters chained to truck's axles

Adelaide : Australia | Jul 18, 2012 at 5:49 PM PDT
Source: Adelaide Now
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Dam protesters have stormed a truck, chaining themselves to its axles, as they block traffic from entering the mine. A group of about 30 activists and their symbolic lizard car stormed on to the road about 8.20am, blocking the traffic. Many of the stranded mining vehicles were able to turn around but... FULL ARTICLE AT Adelaide Now
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Dozens of protesters on a truck head home on the fourth day of protest
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