BEIJING — The situation has calmed in Xintang, China’s denim production capital, after it was rocked by several days of unrest last week when migrant workers took to the streets to protest maltreatment of fellow migrants.
China’s state-run media reported that two dozen people have been arrested in connection with the protests, in which thousands took to the streets. Photos from the scene that were posted online show protesters sparring with armed security forces, but officials say no one was hurt.
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