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China's coast guard says 'allowed' Philippines to evacuate sick person in S.China Sea

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FILE PHOTO: Aerial view of the contested Second Thomas Shoal in the South China Sea
July 09, 2024
Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) -China's coast guard said it had on humanitarian grounds "allowed" the Philippines to evacuate a person who had fallen ill on a rusting warship beached on the Second Thomas Shoal, a claim Manila's coast guard said was "ridiculous".

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