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Feb 26, 2018
China's 'covert' Maldives observatory raises red flags in India, poses threat to safety and freedom of Indian Ocean sea lanesMaldives opposition has claimed that China is building a joint observatory station there, with military capabilities and provisions for a submarine base.
Jan 14, 2018
Iranian oil tanker sinks eight days after collision with ship in China, Tehran official says no hope of survivorsA Tehran official said even before news of the sinking that there was no hope of saving some 30 missing crewmen. But Chinese officials played down fears of a major environmental disaster
Sep 25, 2017
Chinese vessel sails by disputed island in East China Sea; Japan calls it second such incident in a weekChinese coast guard vessels sailed near disputed islands claimed by Japan and China in the East China Sea on Monday, marking the second such incident in less than a week
Jun 06, 2017
China lays down strict controls on sea reclamation to contain rapid commercial growthChina has clamped strict controls on the scale of sea reclamation, a move experts said was aimed a containing unbridled commercial development.
Jan 17, 2014
China ramping-up navy with more ships amid maritime disputesChina is ramping-up its naval surveillance fleet in big numbers as part of attempts to assert its control in the disputed South and East China Sea to fend off emerging challenges from US and Japan in the region.