Lynas Rare Earths Processing Plant in Malaysia At Risk of Being Burned Down, Local Police Start Investigation

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In what could be a final sign of desperation to remove the presence of the rare earths processing plant of Lynas in Kuantan, Malaysia, Wong Tack, one of its strong opponents and president of the Himpunan Hijau, has allegedly threatened to burn it down.

But despite the presence of the Lynas rare earths processing facility, people have been reported to continue purchasing houses in the area where the plant is located, a testament that people believe the plant is not hazardous.

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