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Protests have erupted at the world's biggest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, China. Footage shows hundreds of workers marching, with some confronted by hazmat suits and riot police. Foxconn is Apple's main subcontractor and its Zhengzhou plant assembles more iPhones than anywhere else in the world. Last month a surge in Covid cases saw the company lock down the campus, prompting some workers to break out.

China Covid: Angry protests at giant iPhone factory in Zhengzhou

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