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China has dispatched five ships to Vietnam to speed up the process of evacuating its citizens following deadly anti-Chinese riots over Beijing's deployment of an oil rig in disputed territorial waters, news agencies are reporting.
China's foreign ministry says more than 3,000 Chinese have already been evacuated from Vietnam following the riots this week that left two Chinese dead and injured about 100 others.
Vietnam ordered a stop to anti-China protests and in the capital, Hanoi, police today pushed away a handful of protesters and journalists in front of the Chinese Embassy.
Vietnam has protested against China's positioning of the oil rig in the South China Sea and has sent ships to confront China's vessels.
The US State Department said it was monitoring events in Vietnam closely, and urged restraint from all parties.
White House spokesman Jay Carney said:
We support the right of individuals to assemble peacefully to protest.
(Such disputes) need to be resolved through dialogue, not through intimidation
We again urge dialogue in their resolution.
The current crisis erupted within days of a week-long visit to Asia by President Barack Obama in late April in which he pledged that Washington would live up to its obligation to defend its allies in the region.
Twenty people were killed and rioters attacked Vietnam's biggest steel plant overnight, as violent anti-China protests spread to the centre of the country.
The escalation comes a day after arson and looting in the south, a doctor and newspapers said on Thursday.
Hundreds of Chinese had apparently fled Vietnam, either by air or by crossing into neighbouring Cambodia, reports said, after one of the worst breakdowns in Sino-Vietnamese relations since the neighbours fought a brief border war in 1979.
A doctor at a hospital in central Ha Tinh province told Reuters "about a hundred people" were sent to the hospital in the night with many being "Chinese".
The brunt of the violence has been borne by Taiwanese firms, mistaken by the rioters to be owned by mainland Chinese.