November 7, 2012

Stoking Okinawan Anger

Japan Times, Japan Times

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With the alleged rape of an Okinawa City woman by two U.S. servicemen on Oct. 16 fresh in people's minds, another U.S. serviceman allegedly broke into an Okinawan residence and struck a boy on Nov. 2.

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