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Indonesian military says Chinese vessels left disputed waters

Reuters Thursday, 9 January 2020
Indonesia's military said on Thursday that Chinese coast guard vessels and fishing boats had left disputed waters in the western reaches of the South China Sea following a visit by President Joko Widodo to assert his nation's sovereignty.
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