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US, Japan, India hold large-scale naval exercise

US, Japanese, and Indian warships are holding a large-scale joint naval exercise in the Western Pacific. The drill, dubbed as Malabar, has started on Friday and would last for eight days. It takes place in the waters off the east coast of Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture. Japan’s defense ministry says the drills mainly focus on anti-submarine warfare and air-defense training. The US Navy’s 7th Fleet, based in Kanagawa Prefecture, has also taken part in the exercises.

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