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China dismisses reports about anti-satellite missile test

(Xinhua)

08:44, October 26, 2012

BEIJING, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun has dismissed media reports about a planned test launch of an anti-satellite missile in November.

"Such reports did not conform to the fact," Yang said at a regular news briefing on Thursday.

Reports said that China will conduct the test targeting satellites with a high orbit altitude, such as reconnaissance satellites and navigation satellites. Reports said the test would be conducted after the U.S. presidential election next month.

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