Controversy over Chinese ship at Sri Lankan port | DW News

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The Yuan Wang 5, a Chinese military survey ship, docked at Sri Lanka’s Chinese-built port of Hambantota on Tuesday. India had opposed the docking of the ship as it fears China could use the port as a military base.

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