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Chinese warships heading to Australia to 'collect information' on US-Australian military exercises

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 7 July 2019 ()
Chinese warships heading to Australia to 'collect information' on US-Australian military exercisesThe Australian Defence Force has said it is keeping a close eye on a Chinese spy warship heading to Australian waters. The Defence Force says it is keeping a close eye on a Chinese warship heading into Australian waters allegedly...
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News video: China ship tracked ahead of U.S.-Australia drills

China ship tracked ahead of U.S.-Australia drills 00:43

Australian defence officials said on Sunday (July 7) they were tracking a Chinese surveillance ship that is expected to position itself just outside of its territorial waters to monitor military exercises between Australia and the United States. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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