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Vietnam police disperse protest at Chinese embassy over South China Sea standoff

Reuters Tuesday, 6 August 2019
Vietnamese police on Tuesday broke up a brief protest outside the Chinese embassy in Hanoi against Beijing's maritime survey of an offshore block in the southeast Asian nation's exclusive economic zone (EEZ), a Reuters witness said.
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