TOKYO | The Latest: Japan, China agree to launch defense hotline

The agreement concludes the countries’ decade-long negotiations on the communication mechanism, which had stalled after the island row escalated in 2012 when Tokyo nationalized the Japanese-controlled Senkaku islands, which China calls Diaoyu.
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