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Protesters attacked at Chinese Foxconn factory amid COVID-19 restrictions

Workers at Foxconn, the largest supplier for Apple's iPhone, were attacked after protesting living conditions. The company is working within a closed-loop system, in line with China's restrictive COVID-19 measures.

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