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  1. JAPAN: The government said yesterday that it is sending 100 soldiers and radar to an island off Taiwan in a deployment that risks angering China.

    Japanese Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera will break ground today for a military lookout station on Yonaguni, which is just 93 miles from disputed Japanese-held islands claimed by China.

    The island is much closer to China than to Japan and could extend Japanese monitoring to the Chinese mainland and track Chinese ships and aircraft circling the disputed Diaoyu islands.

    http://morningstaronline.co.uk/a-d248-World-in-Brief-19042014

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