Japan displays documents to defend claims to disputed isles

Tetsuma Esaki, left, minister in Charge of Territorial Issues, watches maps of the island known as Takeshima in Japanese and as Dokdo in Korean, claimed by both Japan and South Korea, at the National Museum of Territory and Sovereignty in Tokyo Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. The Japanese government opened the museum displaying maps and photos to defend its territorial claims against neighbors South Korea and China. The museum displays replicas of historic documents that Japan says show its ownership o





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