China takes aim at Japan over island dispute at UN
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China takes aim at Japan over island dispute at UN

Kodama : Japan | Sep 27, 2012 at 9:43 PM PDT
Source: Charlotte Observer Online
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China and Japan traded angry accusations in a late-night spat over a small group of islands in the East China Sea that both claim. It started when Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi accused Japan of "grossly violating" Chinese sovereignty by its purchase of the islands. FULL ARTICLE AT Charlotte Observer Online
 
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