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Indian Navy keeping a close eye on Chinese ships in IOR: Lanba

*The Indian Navy today said it was aware of the deployment and movement of Chinese naval ships and submarines in the Indian Ocean region, and that it has "kept a close eye" on them. Addressing the..
Deccan Herald

China is not going to be happy about this

A NEW proposal accepted by the Australian government could spark tensions with China amid the ongoing South China Sea dispute.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth NowDaily Telegraph

China won’t be pleased about this

A NEW proposal accepted by the Australian government could spark tensions with China amid the ongoing South China Sea dispute.
Daily Telegraph Also reported by •The Advertiser

South China Sea dispute: China has quietly stopped chasing fishermen from contested shoal

Filipino fisherman were able this week to fish in waters near the disputed Scarborough Shoal without being chased away by Chinese vessels.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

South China Sea dispute: China may give Filipino fishermen access to Scarborough

China will consider giving Filipino fishermen conditional access to disputed waters in the South China Sea after their presidents meet.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Shorten dodges South China Sea questions

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says the most important thing about the South China Sea dispute is for it to be resolved peacefully.
SBS

China’s scathing response to Japan

JAPAN’S recent decision to expand its involvement in the South China Sea dispute hasn’t gone down well with the rising superpower.
Daily Telegraph Also reported by •The AdvertiserCourier MailPerth Now

ASEAN: Turnbull invites leaders to summit in Australia

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has invited south-east Asian leaders to a special summit in Australia set for 2018 to help resolve regional issues including the South China Sea dispute.
SBS


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