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Beijing may step up drills in South China Sea amid rising tensions with US military, analysts say

China extracted 861,400 cubic meters of natural gas from methane hydrate, known as “flammable ice,” during a one-month trial production in the South China Sea, Chinese state media reported on Thursday.

China sets new world records in flammable ice exploration in the South China Sea. With a depth of 1,225 meters, the country has extracted 861,400 cubic meters of gas, with an average daily extraction of 28,700 cubic meters. #FlammableIce 

Beijing makes massive South China Sea gas grab as tensions with US soar

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The shadow of the moon is cast over portions of Malaysia and the Philippines during today's solar eclipse. The station was orbiting over the South China Sea when these pix were taken. #SolarEclipse2019 

Satellite images show China is continuing to build facilities on islands and reefs in the South China Sea. What can countries like the Philippines and Vietnam do to stop it?

CHINA: Trump has failed to change China’s actions in the South China Sea, resolve our trade relationship, or address its worsening human rights and governance behavior—from the crackdown in #HongKong  to the oppression of the Uighurs to China's growing econ/tech influence.

their country (the U.S. doesn't tax them) or to build a massive military complex in the middle of the South China Sea? I don't think so!

Americans should be standing up for freedom & human rights. Until Communist China is ready to be a team player in the world market, stop stealing our intellectual property, stop militarizing the South China Sea & aiding Maduro in his genocide, we shouldn’t do business with them.

BREAKING: China's navy has seized an unmanned, underwater U.S. Navy vehicle in international waters of South China Sea.

Vietnam slammed China for "hindering" Vietnamese fishermen in the South China Sea. This comes as Pres Duterte dismisses as a 'maritime incident' the sinking of a Filipino boat by a Chinese ship in the West Philippine Sea. #PHNews 

Satellite images show China is continuing to build facilities on islands and reefs in the South China Sea. What can countries like the Philippines and Vietnam do to stop it?

Foreign Ministry official says China-ASEAN efforts have improved situation in South China Sea. Follow us for more.

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