Workers from a Japanese restaurant, located near the Japanese embassy, smile at a customer as she walks through their entrance past Chinese national in Beijing
Workers from a Japanese restaurant, located near the Japanese embassy, smile at a customer as she walks through their entrance past Chinese national in Beijing September 14, 2012. Six Chinese surveillance ships entered waters near disputed islands claimed by Tokyo and Beijing on Friday, raising the stakes in a long-running territorial row between Asia's two biggest economies. China's foreign ministry said that the ships entered the disputed waters to carry out maritime surveillance and that for the first time China was carrying out a mission of law enforcement over its maritime rights. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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