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China quizzed on stranded frigate

Beijing : China | Jul 14, 2012 at 7:09 AM PDT
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Philippines urges China to explain stranded frigate The South China Sea disputes have sparked protests, as here in Manila The Philippine government has asked China to explain how one of its naval vessels ran aground within what Manila says are its territorial waters. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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A Chinese frigate with bow number 560 is aground in the South China Sea, says a Philippines military spokesman
A Chinese frigate with bow number 560 is aground in the South China Sea, says a Philippines military spokesman
 
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