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Malaysia Joins India in Chinese Map Row

China's official new "standard map" was released on Monday that India claims includes a lot of its territory and also added a 10th dash to the controversial 9-dash line in the South China Sea.

Malaysia added its voice to a dispute between New Delhi and Beijing over a newly-issued “standard map” of China.

On Tuesday, India’s Foreign Ministry lodged a formal protest over the map, which was issued by China’s Ministry of Natural Resources because it includes parts of the Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin regions as part of China.

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