ASEAN summit: Korean tensions, S China Sea militarisation

The militarisation of the South China Sea, trade and counterterrorism were also discussed at the ASEAN leaders' meeting, hosted - for the first time - by Australia.

    Leaders of South East Asian countries have expressed "grave concerns" about the situation on the Korean Peninsula, at a summit held in Sydney. The militarisation of the South China Sea, trade and counterterrorism were also discussed at the ASEAN leaders' meeting, hosted - for the first time - by Australia.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.


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