By SHINICHI FUJIWARA/ Staff Writer
January 15, 2021 at 18:54 JST
A U.S. military aircraft is seen flying low in the air over Zamami village, part of Keramashoto National Park, in Okinawa Prefecture on Dec. 28, 2020. (Provided by Joji Miyahira)
NAHA--Okinawa’s prefectural assembly has rebuked low-altitude U.S. military aircraft flights over a national park and called for their immediate halt amid growing safety concerns among residents. [Read More]
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