BEIJING, May 16, 2014 - Vietnam marine surveillance ship KN-762 rams with China Coast Guard ship Haijing 46001, causing damage, as KN-762 intruded into a Chinese company's work zone in South China Sea, May 2, 2014. Vietnam has made intensive attempts since May 2 to disrupt the Chinese company's normal drilling activities 17 nautical miles (some 31 kilometers) from Zhongjian Island of China's Xisha Islands.

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BEIJING, May 16, 2014 - Vietnam marine surveillance ship KN-762 rams with China Coast Guard ship Haijing 46001, causing damage, as KN-762 intruded into a Chinese company's work zone in South China Sea, May 2, 2014. Vietnam has made intensive attempts since May 2 to disrupt the Chinese company's normal drilling activities 17 nautical miles (some 31 kilometers) from Zhongjian Island of China's Xisha Islands.

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China Coast Guard ship Haijing 12101 (R) uses water cannons to expel Vietnam marine surveillance ship KN-763 which intruded into a Chinese company's work zone in South China Sea, May 4, 2014.

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China Coast Guard ship Haijing 12101 (R) uses water cannons to expel Vietnam marine surveillance ship KN-763 which intruded into a Chinese company's work zone in South China Sea, May 4, 2014.

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