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19 HOURS AGO - Boston Globe

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Tracing South China Sea Conflict Back to a Home Port

(SOUNDBITE)(English) REUTERS REPORTER JOHN RUWITCH SAYING: "In China, it's not uncommon for foreign journalists to be temporarily detained by the authorities, happens on a fairly regular basis,

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23 HOURS AGO - Reuters

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Tracing South China Sea conflict back to a home port

July 27 - Fleets of Chinese fishermen are appearing off Vietnam’s coast in contested waters. Reuters' John Ruwitch describes how he tracked one down to its home port in China’s Hainan island.

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JUL 23, 2014 - Zero Hedge

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51 Dead As TransAsia Flight Makes Forced Landing In South China Sea

A TransAsia Airways flight from Kaohsiung to Penghu made an forced landing in Taiwan, according to TVBS, leaving 51 dead and 7 injured. The crash occurred on Makung, one of Taiwan's offshore islands. *TRANSASIA AIR FLIGHT GE 222 CRASHED NEAR MAKUNG, TWN: OFFICIAL *51 DEAD, 7 INJURED IN TRANSASIA CRASH IN TAIWAN: TVBS *TRANSASIA AIR CRASHED AROUND 19:20, INVESTIGATOR SAYS ...

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JUL 21, 2014 - Zero Hedge

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Vietnam Says China Backing Down In Oil Rig Dispute

Submitted by Andy Tully via OilPrice.com, A leading Vietnamese military officer said July 16 that China’s decision to remove a huge oil rig from waters claimed by both countries shows that it is backing down in a dispute that has raged since May. Maj. Gen. Le Ma Luong told PetroTimes, a Vietnamese news outlet, that China was moving the rig ...

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JUL 21, 2014 - TheStreet

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Removing Chinese Oil Rig Won’t Cool China-Vietnam Hostilities

TAIPEI (TheStreet) -- China's removal of a giant oil rig from waters disputed by Vietnam gives Hanoi everything it wanted -- but it will not resolve the bigger problem of bad blood between the two countries or calm tensions in an internationally prized ocean. Beijing said July 15 it had removed a $1 billion rig that was placed in the ...

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