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Johor Strait collision revives old disagreement between Singapore and Malaysia

Greek bulker involved in a collision with a Malaysian government vessel over the weekend has been detained in Malaysia despite being cleared to carry on its voyage to the port of Tanjung Pelepas by Singapore authorities. The waters in which the incident occurred are a disputed stretch of the Johor Strait between two key upcoming container terminal facilities

The narrow stretch of water between the two countries has been the source of dispute for many years

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