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Topic - Japanese Ministry Of Foreign Affairs
Japan's new ambassador to China officially took office Monday, as calls to show toughness on the Diaoyu Islands dispute with China poured in from major front-runners in the December election campaign.
A senior commander in Iran's powerful Revolutionary has warned that Iran will target U.S. bases in the region should a war with Israel break out.
Japan declared an end Tuesday to a dispute with China over a high-seas collision last month and the two countries agreed to resume exchanges and projects that had been stopped because of the incident.
Japan declared an end Tuesday to a dispute with China over a high-seas collision last month, and the two countries agreed to resume exchanges and projects that had been stopped because of the incident.