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Chinese ship leaves Malaysian waters after month-long South China Sea standoff

Reuters Friday, 15 May 2020
A Chinese survey ship that had been involved in a month-long standoff with a Malaysian oil exploration vessel in the South China Sea has left Malaysia's exclusive economic zone (EEZ), shipping data showed on Friday.
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