LIMA: Glencore’s Antapaccay copper mine in Peru suspended operations on Friday after protesters attacked the site for the third time this month, the global commodities giant said, as social unrest continued in the South American nation.

Demonstrators set fire to the workers’ area of ​​the camp and began looting around noon local time. They called for the mine to cease operations and join the call of protesters following the resignation of President Dina Boluarte, Glencore said in a statement.

Although the…

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