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Post time 2013-3-18 14:30:51 |Display all floors
TOKYO (AFP) - Senior Chinese military officials have admitted for the first time that a frigate locked its radar on a Japanese destroyer during the two nations' spat over disputed islands, Kyodo News agency reported on Monday.

In one of the more serious incidents in an escalating row over ownership of the islands in the East China Sea, Tokyo said the Chinese vessel effectively had a Japanese ship in its sights earlier this year.

Beijing has consistently denied the allegation and accused Tokyo of hyping the "China threat" in a bid to manipulate world public opinion against its giant neighbour.

But Kyodo News cited unnamed "senior Chinese military officials" saying the weapons targeting had taken place.

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Post time 2013-3-18 23:42:28 |Display all floors
That's weird, i thought that the Chinese were honest people.

Oh, wait those were those other Asians... what's their name?  J*something*

This incident is the same as the ramming incident not too long ago. The Chinese government denied it until they could take it completely out of the view of their citizens and they can continue their "Japanese devils" campaign without any "we were wrong" interruptions.

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Post time 2013-3-18 23:58:53 |Display all floors
"Beijing accuses Tokyo of lying about targeting:
Japan is defaming the Chinese military by spreading groundless allegations about the so-called radar targeting by China of a Japanese gunboat, China's military spokesman said on Thursday."

h t t p://w w w.chinadaily.c o m.c n/world/2013-03/01/content_16267517.h t m#159070

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