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Philippines president says his country to 'vigorously defend' territory

LBC International 18 May 2024
China claims almost all the South China Sea, a conduit for $3 trillion in annual ship-borne trade, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Vietnam ... Reuters. .
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Filipino activists decide not to sail closer to disputed shoal, avoiding clash with Chinese ships

Asahi News 16 May 2024
Chinese and Philippine coast guard and accompanying ships have had a series of increasingly hostile territorial faceoffs at Scarborough, which is surrounded by the Chinese coast guard, and at Philippine-occupied Second Thomas Shoal since last year.
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Chinese coast guard shadows Filipino activists sailing toward disputed shoal

Asahi News 16 May 2024
MANILA--Chinese coast guard ships shadowed a group of Filipino activists and fishermen sailing on wooden boats toward a disputed shoal in the South China Sea which Beijing has fiercely guarded from what it regards as intruders.
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Filipino activists and fishermen sail in 100-boat flotilla to disputed shoal guarded by China

Asahi News 15 May 2024
The Philippine coast guard and navy deployed one patrol ship each to keep watch from a distance on the activists and fishermen, who set off on wooden boats with bamboo outriggers to assert Manila’s sovereignty over the Scarborough Shoal.
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100-Boat Convoy of Filipino Fishers, Activists Sets Sail to Disputed Shoal in South China Sea

Time 15 May 2024
The Philippine coast guard and navy deployed one patrol ship each to keep watch from a distance on the activists and fishermen, who set off on wooden boats with bamboo outriggers to assert Manila’s sovereignty over the Scarborough Shoal.
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About 100 Filipino activists and fishermen sail on wooden boats to disputed shoal guarded by China

Springfield News-Sun 15 May 2024
The navy dispatched a ship to help keep an eye on the participants ... In December, David’s group with boatloads of fishermen also tried to sail to another disputed shoal but cut short the trip after being tailed by a Chinese ship.
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Filipino activists, fishermen sail to disputed shoal guarded by China

Korea Times 15 May 2024
The Philippine coast guard and navy deployed one patrol ship each to keep watch from a distance on the activists and fishermen, who set off on wooden boats with bamboo outriggers to assert Manila’s sovereignty over the Scarborough Shoal.
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India set to deploy 3 Naval ships to South China Sea, vessels reach Singapore

Hindustan Times 07 May 2024
Three Indian Naval Ships have arrived in Singapore for a three-day visit as part of the operational deployment of the Navy's Eastern Fleet to the South China Sea, underscoring the strong linkages between both navies.
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3 Indian Naval ships arrive in Singapore for operational deployment to South China Sea

The Siasat Daily 07 May 2024
Three Indian Naval Ships have arrived in Singapore for a three-day visit as part of the operational deployment of the Navy’s Eastern Fleet to the South China Sea, underscoring the strong linkages between both navies.
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Australian PM Albanese says China military air incident unacceptable

Hong Kong Standard 07 May 2024
The Standard Channel. IOS Android ... China claims sovereignty over much of the South China Sea, a conduit for more than $3 trillion of annual ship-borne commerce, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei ... .
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China says its military took necessary steps to warn Australia in jet incident

GDN Online 07 May 2024
China claims sovereignty over much of the South China Sea, a conduit for more than $3 trillion of annual ship-borne commerce, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei ... .
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Philippines rules out use of water cannon in disputed South China Sea

The News International 06 May 2024
China claims sovereignty over much of the South China Sea, a conduit for more than $3 trillion of annual ship-borne commerce, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia ...
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Marcos eases fears of sea-row escalation

Hong Kong Standard 06 May 2024
China claims sovereignty over much of the South China Sea, a conduit for more than US$3 trillion (HK$23.4 trillion) of annual ship-borne commerce, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei.
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Philippines says won't raise South China Sea tensions, won't use water cannons

GDN Online 06 May 2024
China claims sovereignty over much of the South China Sea, a conduit for more than $3 trillion of annual ship-borne commerce, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei ... .
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Australia boosts ties with Philippine military as South China Sea tensions rise

Beijing News 05 May 2024
China has sweeping claims in the South China Sea, which has rich fishing grounds and is a major international shipping route ... Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei also have claims overlapping with each other's or China's in the South China Sea.
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