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Who is Sengoku38? » A Chinese fishing boat, flanked by the Japan Coast Guard patrol vessel Yonakuni, is moored at Ishigaki port on the southern Japanese island of Ishigaki

A Chinese fishing boat, flanked by the Japan Coast Guard patrol vessel Yonakuni, is moored at Ishigaki port on the southern Japanese island of Ishigaki
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A Chinese fishing boat (blue), flanked by the Japan Coast Guard patrol vessel Yonakuni, is moored at Ishigaki port on the southern Japanese island of Ishigaki September 9, 2010. Japan on Monday freed the crew of a Chinese fishing boat detained last week in disputed waters, but held onto the captain at the centre of a territorial rift between the two neighbours.

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