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15 September 2012

Publication Date : 15-09-2012

 

Japanese fishermen concern about yesterday's intrusion of six Chinese surveillance ships into Japan's territorial waters around the disputed Senkaku Islands (known in China as Diaoyu Islands), The Yomiuri Shimbun reports. Amid few signs that tensions over the territorial dispute were subsiding, six Chinese surveillance ships patrolled the waters around the disputed Islands yesterday morning says China Daily. Despite K-pop's formidable hold on local music scene, demand for wider variety growing, writes The Korea Herald. Pakistan issues a warning to provincial governments of possible attacks on US consulates in Karachi and Peshawar, Dawn reports. Top Asean officials discuss social welfare, Viet Nam News says.

 

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