Pinoys able to fish freely, undisturbed
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Fisherman Gilbert Baoya came home yesterday from a fishing trip to Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal off Zambales province with a substantial catch. Baoya and seven companions were able to drop nets at Panatag Shoal “freely and undisturbed” by the Chinese, who used to chase them away from the area. He said they attempted to fish in the area on Oct. 24 but were rudely turned away by Chinese coast guards. They tried their luck the following day and got a pleasant surprise when no Chinese came to harass them or ask them to go away.
Visperas, E., & Laude, J. (2016, October 30). Pinoys able to fish freely, undisturbed. Philippine Star, pp. 1, 6.
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Fishing rights; Disputes; Territorial waters; Fishing grounds; Law of the sea; International law; Monitoring; Bilateral agreements; Fishers; Agreements; Aerial surveys; Artificial islands; Navigation; Military operations; Fishery agreements; Fishing; Livelihoods; Philippine Navy; Philippine Coast Guard; Philippine Air Force; Baoya, Gilbert; Duterte, Rodrigo; Xi, Jinping; Maniago, Charlito; Legaspi, Jowe; Daruca, Joseph; Lorenzana, Delfin; Blinken, Anthony; Obama, Barack; Toner, Mark
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