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Anti-Japan Protests in China Escalate

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Anti-Japan Protests in China Escalate

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Anti-Japan Protests in China Escalate

Anti-Japan Protests in China Escalate

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Thousands of protesters participate in an anti-Japan protest in Shenzhen

Thousands of protesters participate in an anti-Japan demonstration in China's southern city of Shenzhen, April 10, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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Japan's foreign minister demands an apology from China after violent anti-Japanese protests in Beijing and southern China. The protests followed plans to introduce textbooks in Japan that critics say whitewash Japanese militarism and its occupation of China during World War II.

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