Japan’s Okinawans rally against U.S. military crimes (Reuters)

Thousands of Okinawans rally in Chatan town to protest against crimes committed by U.S. troops and to demand a smaller U.S. military presence on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa March 23, 2008, after last month's arrest of a Marine on suspicion of raping a schoolgirl. (Kyodo/Reuters)Reuters – Thousands of Okinawans rallied on Sunday
to protest crimes by U.S. troops and demand a smaller U.S.
military presence on the southern Japanese island after last
month’s arrest of a Marine on suspicion of raping a schoolgirl.