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Japan says coronavirus adds to security threat by China

WorldNews Tuesday, 14 July 2020
Japan says coronavirus adds to security threat by ChinaTOKYO (AP) — China is pushing harder to make territorial claims in the regional seas and even using the coronavirus pandemic to expand its influence and take strategic superiority, posing a greater threat to Japan and the region, Japan's government said. The report highlighting the government's defense priorities was adopted by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet on Tuesday, less than a day after the Trump administration rejected outright nearly all of...
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