Asia

  • A Vietnamese fisheries patrol ship shows signs of damage that Hanoi says was a result of being rammed by Chinese vessels during recent encounters in the South China Sea, May 18, 2014. (PhoBolsaTV.com)
  • A Vietnamese fisherman repairs his vessel after it was rammed by a Chinese patrol ship that it protecting the waters around a disputed oil rig in the South China Sea, May 18, 2014. (PhoBolsaTV.com)
  • Chinese ships shine their spotlight at Vietnamese ships that go near the disputed oil rig in the South China Sea, May 18, 2014. (PhoBolsaTV.com)
  • Journalist Vu Hoang Lan of Pho Bolsa TV reported from Vietnamese ships near the disputed Chinese oil rig in the South China Sea, May 18, 2014. (PhoBolsaTV.com)
  • A Vietnamese Coast Guard ship in the South China Sea, May 18, 2014. (PhoBolsaTV.com)

Images from the South China Sea

Published May 23, 2014


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