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Fabunan, Sara Susanne; Solmerin, Florante (Manila Standard,
July 14, 2016, on page A1-A2)China warned its rivals Wednesday against turning the South China Sea into a "cradle of war" and threatened to establish an air defense zone there, after its claims to the strategically vital waters were declared invalid. ...
Mabasa, Roy (Manila Bulletin,
September 3, 2016, on page 1-6)President Duterte is scheduled to have at least nine bilateral meetings, apart from his talks with United States (US) President Barack Obama, on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit in Laos next week, the Department of ...
Meniano, Sarwell (Panay News,
April 23, 2015, on page S1/5)The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources(BFAR) is targeting the restoration of regional fishery production this year back to 2012 levels after more than a year of post-Haiyan rehabilitation activity. BFAR Regional ...
Laude, Jaime; Clapano, Jose Rodel (The Philippine Star,
May 10, 2018, on page 5)Some 340 Filipino and American troops stormed and neutralized “enemy” positions along the coastline of San Antonio, Zambales yesterday. This was among the highlights of the Balikatan joint military exercises between the ...
June 5, 2015, on page S1/9)More than $920 billion could be generated by 2050 and 180,000 jobs created by expanding the ocean's protected zones, according to a study published on Thursday by conservation group World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). "Every ...
AFP (Manila Standard,
November 30, 2016, on page -C4)Sydney - A mass bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef this year killed more corals than ever before, scientists said Tuesday, sounding the alarm over the delicate ecosystem.
Mariano, Nat (Manila Standard,
November 15, 2018, on page A1-A2)President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday urged China to show the way forward, now that it has occupied and built up disputed territories in the South China Sea. “You’re there, you’re in possession, you occupied it. Then tell ...
AFP (Philippine Daily Inquirer,
April 20, 2017, on page A4)An enormous black worm that lives in the mud on the sea floor and survives on the remnants of noxious gases digested by bacteria has been unveiled by scientists for the first time. The slimy giant shipworm can grow up to ...
AFP (Manila Bulletin,
September 15, 2016, on page B-8)Honolulu – Global warming is making the oceans sicker than ever before, spreading disease among animals and humans and threatening food security across the planet, a major scientific report said on Monday. The study ...