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Australian navy to accompany UK's 'show of strength' in South China Sea

The Age Friday, 20 July 2018
The Australian navy has been invited to accompany the pride of Britain’s fleet, the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, when it comes to the Pacific.

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