epa03400499 A Chinese man stands in front of a Japanese restaurant closed for business in the vicinity of the Japanese embassy, as a Chinese national flag hangs above a sign that reads 'Diaoyu Islands are China's inherent territory. Territory is sacred and inviolable' in Beijing, China, 17 September 2012. Anti-Japan protests demanding the return of the Diaoyu or Senkaku islands spread across China during the weekend with many protesters venting their anger at Japanese businesses, prompting Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda to ask the Chinese government to ensure the safety of Japanese citizens. EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL
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