A solar panel factory in eastern China has been shut down after protests by local residents over pollution fears.
Some 500 villagers staged a three-day protest following the death of large numbers of fish in a local river.
Some demonstrators broke into the plant in Zhejiang province, destroying offices and overturning company cars before being dispersed by riot police.
Tests on water samples showed high levels of fluoride, which can be toxic in high doses, officials said.
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