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US military ships may patrol disputed sea
The Pentagon is considering sending US military aircraft and ships to assert freedom of navigation around rapidly growing Chinese-made artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea, a US official said on Tuesday. US ...
- May 14, 2015
Du30: PH, China, 'neutral' state to probe hit-and-run
President Rodrigo Duterte has accepted China’s proposal for a joint investigation of the June 9 incident near Recto Bank in the South China Sea where a Chinese trawler rammed and sank a Philippine fishing boat and then ...
- June 23, 2019
Du30: Intrusive foreign ships face 'unfriendly' PH response
President Duterte has warned of "unfriendly" treatment for foreign vessels traveling in Philippine territorial waters without permission, in a rare swipe at China's use of warships in the country's southern waters without ...
- August 21, 2019
Former fisherman finds profit in whale-watching
Masato Hasegawa is the fourth generation of his family to be a fisherman on Japan’s northern oceans, but now his cruises focus on admiring sea life instead of catching it. His company provides whale-watching trips, a growing ...
- July 10, 2019
Slave to sachets: How poverty worsens PH plastics crisis
Armed with gloves, rubber boots and a rake, “Mangrove Warrior” Willer Gualva, 68, comes to Freedom Island in the Philippines almost every day to stop it being engulfed by trash. No one lives on the island, yet each morning ...
- September 4, 2019
Defense chief on Chinese ships: Why the secrecy?
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana has stepped up criticism on Chinese ships sailing unannounced into Philippine waters, in what may be taken as a signal of souring relations between the Philippines and China despite ...
- August 10, 2019