Japanese election: LDP's Shinzo Abe vows tough China line

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Japan's right-wing Liberal Democratic Party is set to form a government, after a dramatic comeback in Sunday's general election, barely three years after it suffered a historic defeat.

The LDP's leader, Shinzo Abe, has promised voters economic recovery after two decades of slump.

But his victory could raise tensions with China, as a territorial dispute over islands claimed by both countries was at the heart of the party's campaign.

From Tokyo, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports.

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