Minister: Britain plans to sail warship in South China Sea
Tuesday, 13 February 2018 BEIJING (AP) — Britain will sail a warship through the South China Sea to assert the right of free passage, the country's defense chief was quoted Tuesday as saying, potentially increasing friction with China, which claims virtually the entire strategic waterway. The Australian newspaper quoted Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson as saying the anti-submarine frigate HMS Sutherland will sail through the area on its return from a visit to Australia that begins this week. "She'll be sailing through the South China Sea (on the way home) and making it clear our navy has a right to do...
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte reiterated that he would not provoke China into a war following reports that the Chinese military landed long-range bombers... S.China Morning Post - Asia-PacificAlso reported by •Japan Today •Firstpost •Reuters •Seattle Times
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According to a report by Reuters, China's air force has landed bombers on islands and reefs in the South China Sea as part of training exercises being conducted in the contested region. Source: Wochit -
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