Anti-Japanese protest outside the Embassy of Japan in Washington DC
epa03400936 Protesters stand beside a Taiwanese flag and hold a sign that reads 'Japanese Butchers Must Apologize', in referrence to the Nanjing Massacre, during an anti-Japanese protest outside the Embassy of Japan in Washington DC, USA, 17 September 2012. Sino-Japanese relations are highly tense as both countries claim sovereignty over disputed islands, referred to as Senkaku by Tokyo and Diaoyu by Beijing. The US has urged restraint as Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, arrived in China 17 September 2012. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS
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