JAPAN-CHINA-POLITICS-DISPUTE-PROTEST : News Photo

JAPAN-CHINA-POLITICS-DISPUTE-PROTEST

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Clad in white T-shirts, members of a Japan's nationalist group ride a train during their performance to insist that the Senkaku islands as known in Japan and Diaoyu Islands in China, situated in the East China Sea, are Japanese territory, in Tokyo on September 17, 2012. Some forty people took part in the activity in platforms and inside trains. Japan and China, Asia's two largest economies, are at loggerheads over the archipelago in the East China Sea administered by Tokyo under the name Senkaku and claimed by China under the name Diaoyu. The t'shirts read 'Our Territory, Senkaku Islands' and '(we) Protect! Senkaku Islands' AFP PHOTO/Toru YAMANAKA (Photo credit should read TORU YAMANAKA/AFP/GettyImages)
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Clad in white T-shirts, members of a Japan's nationalist group ride a train during their performance to insist that the Senkaku islands as known in Japan and Diaoyu Islands in China, situated in the East China Sea, are Japanese territory, in Tokyo on September 17, 2012. Some forty people took part in the activity in platforms and inside trains. Japan and China, Asia's two largest economies, are at loggerheads over the archipelago in the East China Sea administered by Tokyo under the name Senkaku and claimed by China under the name Diaoyu. The t'shirts read 'Our Territory, Senkaku Islands' and '(we) Protect! Senkaku Islands' AFP PHOTO/Toru YAMANAKA (Photo credit should read TORU YAMANAKA/AFP/GettyImages)
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Clad in white Tshirts members of a Japan's nationalist group ride a... News Photo 152128799Casual Clothing,China,Diplomacy,East China Sea,Group,Horizontal,Japan,Land,Outdoors,Patriotism,People,Performance,Politics,Riding,Senkaku Islands,T-Shirt,Tokyo Prefecture,Train,WhitePhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPClad in white T-shirts, members of a Japan's nationalist group ride a train during their performance to insist that the Senkaku islands as known in Japan and Diaoyu Islands in China, situated in the East China Sea, are Japanese territory, in Tokyo on September 17, 2012. Some forty people took part in the activity in platforms and inside trains. Japan and China, Asia's two largest economies, are at loggerheads over the archipelago in the East China Sea administered by Tokyo under the name Senkaku and claimed by China under the name Diaoyu. The t'shirts read 'Our Territory, Senkaku Islands' and '(we) Protect! Senkaku Islands' AFP PHOTO/Toru YAMANAKA (Photo credit should read TORU YAMANAKA/AFP/GettyImages)