Japan denies Chinese claim of dangerous fighter-jet conduct

TOKYO – Japan has protested to China about what it says are groundless accusations that Japanese fighter jets had fired “jamming shells” as six Chinese military planes flew over waters between Japan’s southern Okinawa and Miyako islands. Japan’s top …
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