Home | Latest News | Popular News | Our Network | About | Contact
Chinese Ship Inches Closer To Vietnam Coastline Amid South China Sea Tensions | www.SecurityPhresh.com
Chinese Ship Inches Closer To Vietnam Coastline Amid South China Sea Tensions
24th Aug 2019 [one month ago] from news.yahoo.com
A Chinese survey vessel on Saturday extended its activities to an area closer to Vietnams coastline, ship tracking data showed, after the United States and Australia expressed concern about Chinas actions in the disputed waterways. The Haiyang Dizhi 8 vessel first entered Vietnams exclusive economic zone (EEZ) early last month where it began a weeks-long seismic survey, triggering a tense standoff between military and coastguard vessels from Vietnam and China. The Chinese vessel continued to survey Vietnams EEZ on Saturday under escort from at least four ships and was around 102 kilometres (63 miles) southeast of Vietnams Phu Quy island and 185 kilometres (115 miles) from the beaches of the southern city of Phan Thiet, according to data from Marine Traffic, a website that tracks vessel movements.

Today's Top Hacking & Security News Stories
Payouts From Insurance Policies May Fuel Ransomware Attacks
Election Security Experts Say Hack Of Voters Confidence May Be Biggest Threat To 2020 - NBCNews.com
Disgraced Ex-Kaspersky Guy Made Me Do It, Says Bloke In Russian Court On Hacking Charges
Apple Neutered Ad Blockers In Safari, But Unlike Chrome, Users Didnt Say A Thing
Iran Denies Successful Cyber Attacks On Oil Sector
Bill De Blasios Net Worth As He Pulls Out Of 2020 Presidential Race
See All Security News