Japan opens radar station close to disputed isles, drawing muted China response

An aerial view shows Yonaguni island, Okinawa prefecture, in this file picture taken by Kyodo on March 28, 2007. Japan on March 28, 2016 will switch on a radar station in the East China Sea that for the first time will give it a permanent intelligence gathering post close to Taiwan and a group of disputed islands claimed by both Tokyo and Beijing. (REUTERS/Kyodo/Files)





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