Wednesday, January 28, 2015   

S Korea to hold live-fire drill near disputed islets
(06-19 18:52)

South Korean military said it would hold a rare live-fire drill near islets also claimed by Japan in a move likely to further raise diplomatic tensions with Tokyo.
The navy plans to hold the exercise near the Seoul-controlled chain of islets, called Dokdo by the South and Takeshima by Japan, tomorrow, the defense ministry said.--AFP
   
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