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Japanese landing on island may rile China

Sunday, 19 August 2012

Japanese landing on island may rile ChinaSeveral Japanese nationalists land on a rocky island in the East China Sea at the heart of a territorial row with Beijing.
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Source: General - on August 22, 2012

News video: Japanese nationalists remember fallen soldiers

Japanese nationalists remember fallen soldiers

Japanese nationalists hold a ceremony commemorating those who died on Ishigaki island in World War II before setting sail for the Senkaku Islands, which are at the heart of a bitter dispute with China. Duration:00:47.

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