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China’s urbanisation drive leaves some rural residents ‘heartbroken’ as local governments accused of unfair evictions

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Nine years ago, after decades of living in a mud house, Xiao Yang’s family scraped together enough money to build a modern two-storey home in a rural village in Shandong province.The house, which was painstakingly decorated and finally paid off by the mother-of-three last year, was the family’s chance at “a better life”.But earlier this month, the home she had worked so hard for was razed to the ground and she was forcefully relocated by local authorities in a controversial “village…

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Nine years ago, after decades of living in a mud house, Xiao Yang’s family scraped together enough money to build a modern two-storey home in a rural village in Shandong province.The house, which was painstakingly decorated and finally paid off by the mother-of-three last year, was the family’s chance at “a better life”.But earlier this month, the home she had worked so hard for was razed to the ground and she was forcefully relocated by local authorities in a controversial “village…

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