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US Aircraft Carrier Group Begins "Routine" Patrols In Disputed South China Sea

us aircraft carrier group begins routine patrols in disputed south china sea
Threatening to destabilize the tentative improvement in Sino-US relations achieved in recent days following Trump's recent concession over the "One China" policy, was the US deployment of the aircraft..
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A United States aircraft carrier strike group has begun patrols in the South China Sea amid growing tension with China over control of the disputed waterway and concerns it could become a flashpoint..
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South China Sea: US carrier group begins 'routine' patrols

south china sea: us carrier group begins 'routine' patrols
China's foreign ministry has warned Washington against challenging Beijing's sovereignty in the area.
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