Two dead in anti-Chinese violence in Madagascar

Two people have died in violence at a Chinese-owned sugar refinery at a village in western Madagascar, the country`s prime minister said Thursday.

Madagascar: Two people have died in violence at a Chinese-owned sugar refinery at a village in western Madagascar, the country`s prime minister said Thursday.

"There are two dead and a part of the refinery has been destroyed," said Roger Kolo. The unrest appears to have been sparked by a labour dispute.

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