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Malaysia PM says can't provoke Beijing on South China Sea, Uighur issue

WorldNews Saturday, 28 September 2019
Malaysia PM says can't provoke Beijing on South China Sea, Uighur issueKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia does not want to take a confrontational stance towards China over the disputed South China Sea and Beijing's alleged mistreatment of its minority Uighur Muslims, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said in an interview published on Saturday. Malaysia is too small to face up to the Asian powerhouse, even though Chinese ships surveying its waters for oil and gas in South China Sea do so without permission, he told an online news service...
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