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Workers in running battles with police in protests at largest iPhone factory in China

fficers deal out beatings amid dispute about pay and conditions at Foxconn plant in Zhengzhou, with Apple warning of iPhone 14 delivery delays

Police in China have dealt out beatings to workers protesting over working conditions and pay at the biggest factory for iPhones, as the country tries to contain a surge in Covid-19 cases.

Videos online showed thousands of people in masks facing rows of police in white protective suits with plastic riot shields. Police kicked and hit a protester with clubs after he grabbed a metal pole that had been used to strike him. People who made the footage said it was filmed at the site.

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