China says 4 Japanese filmed military targets

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
September 23, 2010 19:45

 
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BEIJING – Chinese state media said Thursday that four Japanese are being investigated after being accused of entering a military zone without authorization and illegally filming military targets.

China's state-run Xinhua News Agency cited state security authorities in the northern city of Shijiazhuang as saying they have "taken measures" against the four Japanese "after receiving a report about their illegal activities." There was no elaboration.The authorities accuse the Japanese of entering a military zone without authorization in Hebei province, the capital of which is Shijiazhuang.



The brief report late Thursday night did not say whether the four Japanese are in detention.

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