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Chinese vessels enter waters near the Senkaku Islands for a record 66th day in a row

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Chinese vessels enter waters near the Senkaku Islands for a record 66th day in a row

Chinese vessels enter waters near the Senkaku Islands for a record 66th day in a row

Chinese government vessels were spotted in waters near the Japan-controlled Senkaku Islands for a record 66th consecutive day on June 18.

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