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Japan has lodged a protest with North Korea after one of its fishing boats collided with a Japanese patrol vessel in the country’s exclusive economic zone, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tuesday.

“We have protested to North Korea” via the embassy in Beijing, Abe said at a Diet session, adding Japan will take “resolute” action to prevent illegal fishing by foreign ships in its EEZ.

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