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U.S. says China should stop 'bullying behaviour' in South China Sea

Reuters Saturday, 18 April 2020
The United States called on China on Saturday to stop "bullying behaviour" in the South China Sea and said it was concerned by reports of China's "provocative actions" aimed at offshore oil and gas developments in the disputed waters.
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