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Chinese protesters overturn cars in anti-Japan demo

EDITORS NOTE: FOOTAGE CONTAINS CONVERTED 4:3 MATERIAL (ROUGH CUT ONLY - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Around 1,000 protesters targeted Japanese-made cars, including police vehicles, in protests in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen on Sunday (August 19). Hong Kong broadcaster Cable TV showed images of angry mobs chanting anti-Japan slogans, waving Chinese flags and smashing up and overturning several vehicles, while the authorities seemingly looked on. A Reuters photographer said later he witnessed several people being led away by police during the protest, as they tried to break through police cordons. Protests erupted in several Chinese cities, after Japanese nationalists landed on Sunday on a rocky island in the East China Sea, an area at the heart of a territorial row with Beijing. Nationalist has anger flared in both nations, indicating that ties were worsening between Asia's two biggest economies.

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