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U.S., Japan to Start Deploying Missile Interceptors

September 29, 2018
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TOKYO, July 20 — The United States and Japan will begin deploying American-made anti-missile systems on Japanese soil next month amid growing concern about North Korean arms, officials announced Thursday. (Washington Post — just then)
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TOKYO, June 27 — The Pentagon is reportedly speeding up plans to deploy advanced Patriot interceptor missiles on U.S. bases in Japan for the first time, a countermeasure seen as a response to the increasing threat of North Korean missiles. (Washington Post — 1 hour ago)
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TOKYO, July 11 — In their toughest comments to date on North Korea’s missile tests, Japanese officials on Monday called for a debate on whether Japan should pursue military capabilities that would enable preemptive strikes at North Korean missile bases. Japan currently does not possess such… (Washington Post — 1 hour ago)
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UNITED NATIONS, July 5 — The United States and its allies on Wednesday sought to impose punitive measures on North Korea for launching a series of seven missiles on Tuesday, but emphasized that diplomatic measures with the communist nation should not be abandoned. (Washington Post — 1 hour ago)
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FORT GREELY, Alaska, Aug. 27 — After his first look inside the nerve center of the U.S. missile defense system, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld on Sunday sounded a note of caution about expectations that interceptors poised in 10 underground silos here would work in the event of a missile… (Washington Post — 1 minute ago)
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TOKYO — It is not often that the Queen of England is upstaged. But at a royal gala for world leaders in Scotland last year, even Her Majesty gave up the spotlight when the curtain raised on The George and Junichiro Show. (Washington Post — 1 hour ago)
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