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Trump admin will send 'clear signal' to China on South China Sea: Rex Tillerson

Deccan Herald Thursday, 12 January 2017 ()
* The US will send a "clear signal" to China that it must abandon its artificial islands in the South China Sea, Donald Trumps secretary of state pick Rex Tillerson has warned, hitting out at the communist giant for its "extremely worrisome" activities in the disputed waters.
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"Were going to have to send China a clear signal...
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