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April 23, 2014 2:29 AM

Obama seeks to reassure Japan in China-Japan island dispute

President Barack Obama told a Japanese newspaper on the eve of his arrival here that the U.S. considers the small islands in the East China Sea subject to a bitter Chinese-Japanese dispute within the scope of a U.S.-Japan security treaty.

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