Japan May Release Data Proving Chinese Radar Incident: Media

East China Sea Dispute

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan may release data it says will prove a Chinese naval vessel directed its fire control radar at a Japanese destroyer near disputed islands in the East China Sea, local media reported.

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