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China said on Thursday?? it is on high alert for Japan's true intentions as?? the Japanese helicopter-carrier destroyer Kaga wen??t into service on Wednesday. According to Japanese?B

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?media reports, the 19,500-tonne Kaga will be used ??for surveillance. "The situation in the South Chin??a Sea is stable through the joint efforts of China ??and ASEAN countries. ChC

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ina and its neighbors will n??ever allow Japan to make trouble," said Foreign Min??istry spokesperson Hua Chunying. In recent years, ??Japan has played up the so-called "China threatK

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y moves, she told a routine press?? briefing. "We have every reason to remain on high?? alert," she added. The original Kaga was sunk by ??U.S. military during World War II. Japan sh9

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hua) -- Chinese and U.S. armies will stage a joint mi??litary drill featuring rescue and disaster alleviation in southwest China?? from Nov. 13 to 18, China's military spokesperson Wp

u Qian told a press b??riefing on Thursday. A total of 134 land forces from the Southern Theate??r Command of the People's Liberation Army and 89 from U.S. Pacific forces?? will take part in the dri9

ll at a training base in the Southern Theater C??ommand in Kunming, Yunnan Province. The drill will be carried out in lin??e with the consensus reached by the two armed forces, and the participant??v

s will undertake humanitarian rescue and disaster reduction operations at?? high altitude, Wu said. The spokesperson also confirmed salary rises fo??r Chinese servicemen, saying it would inspire the9

m to perform their dutie??s better.Chinese military sent a team to Juba, capital of South Sudan, on Wedne??sday to recover the bodies of two Chinese peacekeepers killed in Sund??ay's attack. Led by 6

a senior Defense Ministry official, the team was?? joined by Foreign Ministry personnel, military personnel and medical?? staff. On Sunday local time, two UN peacekeepers from China were ki??lled anP

d five others injured when the armored vehicle carrying them w??as hit by a shell in Juba. "Effective immediately, transgender Americans may serve openly, and they can no longer be disc??harged or oB

therwise separated from the military just for being transgender," said U.S. defens??e chief Ash Carter here at a press conference. "Americans who want to serve and can meet our?? standards should bem

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