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ASEAN summit: South China Sea, coronavirus pandemic cast a shadow

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ASEAN summit: South China Sea, coronavirus pandemic cast a shadow

ASEAN summit: South China Sea, coronavirus pandemic cast a shadow

Southeast Asia's top diplomats to discuss coronavirus pandemic and rising tensions in South China Sea in online summit.


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South China Sea South China Sea A marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean from the Karimata and Malacca straits to the Strait of Taiwan


ASEAN ASEAN International organisation of South East Asian countries

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