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August 22, 2014 2:04 PM

China rejects U.S. claim of aggressive warplane stunt

The Chinese Ministry of National Defense brands as "groundless" a Pentagon account of one of its jet fighters nearly striking a U.S. Navy aircraft during a series of dangerous maneuvers while the two planes were flying in international airspace.

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