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Three Chinese government ships sailed into the waters of disputed Tokyo-controlled islands today, Japan's coastguard said. The maritime surveillance ships entered the m12-nautical-mile zone off the Senkaku islands, which China calls the Diaoyu, around 0730 IST.
Chinese government ships have frequently sailed around the five islands in recent months, sparking diplomatic clashes with Japan.
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