Chinese authorities have arrested an official and punished 16 others following a deadly clash earlier this month in Yunnan, state media say.
Eight people died, including four construction workers who were burnt to death, and 18 others were injured in the violence in Fuyou village.
Villagers were reportedly unhappy about a land deal involving the construction of a trade and logistics centre. The arrested official was the village chief who state media said took bribes.
There have been several high-profile village clashes over land deals in recent years amid rapid development.
All land in China is state-owned and farmers often have little say when state-appointed local officials sell off large tracts of land to developers, some pocketing bribes in the process and paying inadequate compensation to villagers forced to relocate.