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Chinese and Malaysian ships in South China Sea standoff: sources

Reuters Friday, 17 April 2020
A Chinese government survey ship is tagging an exploration vessel operated by Malaysia's state oil company Petronas in disputed waters in the South China Sea, three regional security sources said on Friday.
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