Arrests over anti-japan rallies in China

From ABC News (Australia):

In the Chinese city of Shanghai, 42 people have been detained for their role in anti-Japanese protests.

The Shanghai Daily says 16 of those will be charged with disturbing social order.

The newspaper says another 26 have been placed in “short-term detention” after allegedly throwing objects at the Japanese consulate and damaging restaurants and cars, believed to be owned by Japanese people.

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