Anti-Japan protests grow in China over islands

Anti-Japan protests grow in China over islands

Beijing : China | Sep 15, 2012 at 11:34 PM PDT
Source: Fox
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Security personnel outnumbered the crowds of Chinese protesting against Japan outside its embassy on Sunday, a day after demonstrations over islands that both nations claim spread across China and turned violent. Japan's leader said the dispute was affecting the safety of Japanese citizens in... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox
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