updated 7/29/2008 11:25:26 AM ET 2008-07-29T15:25:26

State media says stranded passengers ended up scuffling with security at an airport in southwest China after their flights were canceled.

Official Xinhua News Agency said the passengers at the Kunming airport scuffled with security Tuesday morning after waiting all night for rescheduled flights.

Xinhua said the more than 170 passengers were angry because China Southern Airlines did not provide any hotels or meals for them or tell them when their new flights would be.

It said there was only one China Southern Airlines official at the airport, who could not help the passengers.

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