People shout slogans during a protest after two miners died while working in a clandestine coal mine, in Jerada, Morocco December 26, 2017. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal
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Protesters and police clashed on Wednesday in the former mining town of Jerada in northeastern Morocco in connection to an ongoing protest movement, authorities and activists said.A local source reported clashes between police and protesters, and activists on Facebook accused police of assaulting the demonstrators.Protestors also gathered in front of illegal coal mining shafts in a nearby village, where men descended into the "death shafts" to protest against the security approach adopted by authorities, reports said.
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