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ELEVEN protesters have been charged with a string of offences after they allegedly climbed aboard a coal train at the Port of Brisbane.
It is understood the train had come to a stop near Port Dr about 11.20am when the protesters climbed on it.
Protesters on a coal train at Wynnum in Brisbane. Picture: 9 News BrisbaneThe train did not move for more than two hours as police responded to the incident.
Police have since confirmed eleven people - two men and nine women - have been charged with trespassing and interfering with a train network.
One of the eleven was also charged with breach of bail.
The group is expected to appear in court next month
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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