China: Tokyo should face up to objections

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    China says Japan should face up to objections they have received regarding releasing polluted nuclear water into the sea, said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian, adding Japan should not put its own self-interest above the interests of people around the world.

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