Activists of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Front burn a flag of China during a protest against an alleged incursion by Chinese troops into Indian territory, in Jammu, India, Saturday, May 4, 2013. China denies any incursion, but Indian officials say that for two weeks, the soldiers have refused to move back over the so-called Line of Actual Control that divides Indian-ruled territory from Chinese-run land, leaving the government on the verge of a crisis with its powerful northeastern neighbor.(AP Photo/Channi Anand)
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