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Indonesia admitted Tuesday that reporters had been allowed to listen in on a conversation between its president and Australia's prime minister aimed at improving relations, but insisted it had been a mistake.
 

China denounced Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Sunday for “provocative” remarks accusing Beijing of destabilizing actions in contested Asian waters.
 

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned China Saturday against “destabilizing actions” in the South China Sea, and backed Japan's plans to take on a more muscular military role as a counterweight to Beijing.
China actions 'destabilizing' for South China Sea: Hagel

 

Australia Thursday ruled out a large swath of Indian Ocean as Flight MH370's final resting place, compounding the frustration of passengers' relatives who are still without answers almost three months on.
 

A top U.S. military official on Wednesday called for better missile defense cooperation between Japan and South Korea, in the face of strained ties between America's two closest Asia allies and a belligerent North Korea.
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Vietnam on Tuesday accused a Chinese ship of ramming and sinking one of its fishing boats, fanning territorial tensions over Beijing's deployment of an oil rig in contested waters.
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Vietnam says Chinese ship sank fishing boat

 

The Malaysian government on Tuesday released 45 pages of raw satellite data it used to determine that the missing jetliner crashed into the southern Indian Ocean, responding to demands for greater transparency by relatives of some of the 239 people on board.
 

Japan on Sunday accused China of “dangerous” maneuvers above disputed areas of the East China Sea, saying a Chinese fighter flew within roughly 30 meters (100 feet) of a Japanese military aircraft.
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Indonesia and the Philippines on Friday signed a maritime border accord, hailing it as a model for peacefully settling increasingly tense territorial disputes in the region.
 

Vietnam's prime minister said Thursday for the first time that his country is considering legal action against China over its sovereignty claims in the South China Sea, a move that Beijing would likely fiercely oppose.
 
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