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India: At least 10 people dead during protests against Vedanta's operations; co. responds

Indian officials have ordered the closure of the nation's second-largest copper smelting plant, owned by UK-based Vedanta, due to fears of pollution and in response to protests. Police killed 13 people in recent protests aimed at closing the plant. We invited Vedanta to respond regarding the killing of protesters, Vedanta responded.

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