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Chinese President Xi Jinping And Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Held Their First Meeting Since They Each Took Office Following More Than Two Years Of Tensions, Primarily Over A Territorial Dispute In The East China Sea. The Meeting Came Monday, One Day Ahead Of The Two-Day Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit In Beijing.

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