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-(Channel NewsAsia 28/5) China is "strongly dissatisfied" with the mention of the East and South China Sea issues in a Group of Seven (G7) statement, which called for a demilitarisation of "disputed features".

-(ABC News 27/5) Chinese jets come within several hundred feet of US plane over South China Sea: A defense official described the Chinese intercept as "unprofessional."

-(Reuters 25/5) U.S. warship drill meant to defy China's claim over artificial island: officials: A U.S. warship carried out a "maneuvering drill" when it sailed within 12 nautical miles of Mischief Reef. –(The Diplomat 25/5) The US Navy's First Trump-Era South China Sea FONOP Just Happened: First Takeaways and Analysis

-(The Wall Street Journal  24/5) U.S. Navy conducts first South China Sea Navigation Operation under President Trump, sending a signal to China about U.S. intentions to keep critical sea lanes open in the Pacific Ocean.

-(AP 23/5) U.S delivers 6 coastal patrol boats to Vietnam coast guard, in a move that expands the two nation's security cooperation.

-(Strait Times 23/5) Progress on maritime code for South China Sea: It also emerged that the code may not be legally binding, contrary to what Asean has long envisaged.

18Mat20daojpg1344460525(1).jpg-(AP 23/5) Vietnam, Indonesia vessels clash in South China Sea: Indonesia says several Vietnamese fishing vessels escaped its waters following a show of force by Vietnam's coast guard in the South China Sea.

-(The Diplomat 23/5) What’s With Indonesia’s 'Big' Military Exercise Near the South China Sea? The drills (though far more routine than headlines suggest) show that Jakarta is determined to protect its interests.


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