U.S. Sails Warship Near Island in South China Sea, Challenging Chinese Claims – The New York Times

The William P. Lawrence, a guided missile destroyer, in Coronado, Calif., in January. The ship ventured into the vicinity of Fiery Cross Reef, an artificial island that China constructed in the South China Sea, on Tuesday. Credit Gregory Bull/Associated PressHONG KONG — An American warship sailed on Tuesday within 12 miles of an artificial island built by China in the South China Sea, an operation intended to show that the United States opposes China’s efforts to restrict navigation in the strategic waterway, the Pentagon said.

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