Citizens angry at Tokyo take to the streets

Citizens angry at Tokyo take to the streets

Beijing : China | Sep 16, 2012 at 6:44 PM PDT
Source: China News
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Residents in China's major cities took to the streets on Sunday to protest Japan's latest move in its illegal claim to the Diaoyu Islands , which have belonged to China for centuries. Concerned authorities have taken measures to crack down on illegal smash and grab incidents and guard foreigners and... FULL ARTICLE AT China News
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