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Indigenous Canadian fracking protesters refuse to back down

by                                Andrea  SchmidtDecember 2, 20137:41PM ET

Demonstrators defy court injunction intended to keep them from interfering with Texas-based company’s seismic testing

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Protesters, led by Mi’kmaq indigenous people, after setting a fire to block a New Brunswick highway, begin a traditional round dance, Dec. 2, 2013.

Candi Simon/APTN

OTTAWA, Canada — Anti-fracking demonstrators set tires ablaze to block a New Brunswick highway Monday in a fiery response to a judge’s decision to extend an injunction limiting their protests against a Texas-based shale gas exploration company. For the rest of the story please click the link to Alajeezra America;

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