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Isnin, 11 Julai 2016

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China to Hold Military Exercises in South China Sea, Raising Tensions: The drills, announced in a brief online statement Sunday, are scheduled to stretch over seven days starting Tuesday and ending July 11, the day before the United Nations-backed tribunal in The Hague is expected to issue its ruling.




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A prominent Chinese daily run by the state says Beijing should be ready for potential “military confrontation” in the South China Sea.
Regional tensions are slightly rising as an arbitration court in The Hague is due to announce a ruling on July 12 in a dispute between Beijing and Manila over territory in the South China Sea.
The state-run Chinese newspaper Global Times said in joint editorials in its Chinese and English editions on Tuesday that the situation faces further escalation due to the potential threat posed by the ruling to China’s sovereignty.
China has already said it will not be bound by the court ruling. However, Beijing seemed to move to compromise over the dispute with the Philippines on Monday, when the official China Daily said Beijing is ready to negotiate “issues such as joint development and cooperation in scientific research if the new government (in Manila) puts the tribunal’s ruling aside.”


























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