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Japanese ex-pats in hiding in China and workers urged to stay indoors as fury over islands dispute grows

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Monday, 17 September 2012

Japanese ex-pats in hiding in China and workers urged to stay indoors as fury over islands dispute growsViolent protests have broken out in China in the country's worst wave of anti-Japanese sentiment for decades as tensions grow over disputed islands in the East China Sea.
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News video: HK activists clash with police over island dispute

HK activists clash with police over island dispute

Anti Japanese protesters scuffle with police in Hong Kong as they attempt to enter the Japanese consulate following Tokyos decision to buy disputed islands in the East China Sea. Duration: 00:57

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