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Crossover: Okinawa demands US force reduction

10-22-2012 17:22 BJT

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The commander of US forces in Japan has apologized for the alleged rape of a woman in Okinawa by two American sailors. Lieutenant General Salvatore Angelella says all US military personnel stationed in or visiting Japan will now be subject to a curfew and other restrictions. Full story>>

The Okinawa district assembly has passed a resolution demanding a reduction of US forces in Japan. For more on that, we’re now joined over phone by our correspondent Terry Terashima.

Q1: Hello, Terry, bring us up to date on what’s happening where you are.

Editor:Wang Chuhan |Source: CCTV.com

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