China rejects Japan’s radar-lock allegation – Video



China rejects Japan's radar-lock allegation
China's Defence Ministry has denied Japanese allegations that its navy ships twice put a radar lock on Japanese military vessels last month. World News Asia Europe England Germany Canada China Pakistan India Australia States Syria Iran Iraq Arab Middle East Africa France Nations Russia Kingdom Spain Brazil Japan United Mexico Libya European Sweden International London Turkey Korea United Nations Greece Belgium Denmark Ireland Norway Holland Malaysia Indonesia Switzerland South States America Egypt Netherlands Army Military Lanka Force Navy Air Marines Soldiers Forces Conflict War Sports Cricket Football CNN BBC Sky

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China rejects Japan’s radar-lock allegation – Video


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