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Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is in Beijing but the visit is being overshadowed by China's confrontation with Japan over disputed islands. During a meeting with Panetta, China's defense minister said it reserves the right to use force against Japan, though he hopes the dispute can be solved through negotiation.
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