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Last Updated: Sunday, 17 April, 2005, 16:04 GMT 17:04 UK
In pictures: China protests grow
Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing at his talks with Nobutaka Machimura
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Japan and China's foreign ministers met in Beijing on Sunday to discuss the growing row over Tokyo's attitude to its wartime history.
Japanese consulate in Shanghai
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Japan's consulate in Shanghai still bore the marks of paint thrown on Saturday by protesters angry at alleged Japanese revisionism in school textbooks.
Policeman outside Japanese consulate in Shanghai
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Police tried to drive away photographers as a security net around the building tightened.
Shenzhen marchers
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Sunday saw a new mass anti-Japanese rally, this time in the southern city of Shenzhen.
Police outside Japanese store in Shenzhen
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Police ringed off a Japanese department store as the marchers approached.
Shenzhen protesters and police
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Demanding a boycott of Japanese goods, the protesters surged in towards the police ranks.
Shenzhen protesters and police
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There were scuffles but the marchers, said to number at least 10,000, were unable to reach the store.
Hong Kong protesters
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Further south, punks joined an anti-Japanese march in Hong Kong which drew several hundred people.



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