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The Foreign Ministry plans to invite more than 100 U.S. and European journalists stationed in China and South Korea to come to Japan early next year to school them on the government’s stance on two territorial disputes involving tiny islands.

The ministry will take the scribes to Okinawa Prefecture, which administers the Senkaku Islands claimed by China and Taiwan as Diaoyu and Tiaoyutai, and to Shimane Prefecture, which lays claim to Dokdo, the South Korea-controlled islets called Takeshima by Japan.

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