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nnnnn u. s. navy releasing footage of contested territories in the south china sea where china is adding huge amounts of land to bolster its civil and military presence in an area claimed by rivals on wednesday u. s. surveillance plane which took these images of the manmade islands was told briskly and repeatedly by the chinese navy to quote leave immediately , according to c. n. n. u. s. deputy secretary of state anthony blink and says the reclamations are stoking tensions in the region , behavior threatens to set a new precedent whereby larger nations , are free to intimidate smaller ones , and that provokes tension , instability , you can even lead , a conflict , i'm thursday china's foreign ministry spokesman shot back , walt was on wall comments of this order not good for the solving of tensions and are not beneficial for the mutual trust between , i'm not aware of the specific flyover situation , but what i want to point out is that china has indisputable sovereignty over the islands in the south china sea and nearby waters , china claims ninety percent of the south china sea which is believed to be rich in oil and gas , its claims overlapping with those of brunei malaysia the philippines vietnam in taiwan