Indigenous Kanakans gathered at a southern nickel factory owned by the Vale megacorporation based in Brazil, which the French government is working with to buy most mines. Multiple clashes ensued, with roads being blockaded and police opening fire with rubber bullets on the protesters organized under the Socialist Kanak Liberation Front.
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