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Among the islands at the heart of territorial disputes in the South China Sea.

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Buildings and structures are seen on Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, at the South China Sea. REUTERS/J.R Wu


Members of the Taiwanese Coast Guard secure the border on Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, at the South China Sea. REUTERS/J.R Wu


Soldiers of China's People's Liberation Army Navy watch almost a sign in the Spratly Islands, referred to in China as the Nansha Islands. The sign peruses "Nansha is our national land, hallowed and sacred." Photo taken February 2016. REUTERS/Stringer


An airborne view indicates Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, in the South China Sea. REUTERS/Fabian Hamacher


A Taiwanese Coast Guard watch transport, Kaohsiung (CG 129), is seen amid a safeguard bore close to the shore of Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, at the South China Sea. REUTERS/J.R Wu


Chinese digging vessels are purportedly found in the waters around Mischief Reef in the debated Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. Photograph taken May 2016. U.S. Naval force/Handout


An flying perspective shows of Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, in the South China Sea. REUTERS/Fabian Hamacher


A satellite picture discharged by the Asian Maritime Transparency Initiative at Washington's Center for Strategic and International Studies indicates development of conceivable radar tower offices in the Spratly Islands. Photograph taken February 2016. CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative/DigitalGlobe


An octagonal tower with a funnel shaped component at its top, situated on the upper east side of Subi Reef was almost total measuring 40 feet on every side and 90 to 100 feet tall in this Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative. Photograph taken January 2016. CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative/Digital Globe


A satellite picture discharged by the Asian Maritime Transparency Initiative at Washington's Center for Strategic and International Studies indicates development of conceivable radar tower offices in the Spratly Islands. Photograph taken February 2016. CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative/DigitalGlobe


A satellite picture discharged by the Asian Maritime Transparency Initiative at Washington's Center for Strategic and International Studies indicates development of conceivable radar tower offices in the Spratly Islands. Photograph taken February 2016. CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative/DigitalGlobe


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