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Caloocan LGU distributes relief goods to flood-affected families

Manila Bulletin 25 Jul 2024
(Photo from Caloocan City Government/MANILA BULLETIN) ... (Photo from Caloocan City Government/MANILA BULLETIN) ... All health centers in Caloocan are open, in addition to the simultaneous medical missions we are conducting),” Malapitan said.
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‘Keep your word’: China tells PH on new resupply deal

Manila Bulletin 24 Jul 2024
China, which has been accused by Manila of making "inaccurate" remarks over the new resupply mission arrangement between the two sides, urged the Philippines "not to backpedal" from its words regarding the new deal reached.
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China mum on ‘inaccuracies’ in Ayungin deal

The Philadelphia Inquirer 24 Jul 2024
MANILA, Philippines — A Chinese official has urged the Philippines to “keep ...
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Beijing and Manila made a deal in the South China Sea. But they’re already at ...

CNN 24 Jul 2024
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Monday that Beijing had agreed to allow Manila to resupply its personnel on the Sierra Madre with living necessities “in a humanitarian spirit.” Those ...
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ASEAN unity urged for South China Sea progress

The Jakarta Post 24 Jul 2024
... come days after Beijing and Manila reached a provisional agreement for rotation and resupply missions to the BRP Sierra Madre, a Philippine naval ship intentionally grounded on Second Thomas Shoal.
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BulSU graduate tops Master Plumbers SPLE

The Manila Times 24 Jul 2024
Since starting as an intermediate school in 1904, BulSU has had more than 20,000 students, with enrollment increasing annually — one of the largest enrollments among state colleges and universities (SUCs) outside Metro Manila.
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Philippines urged to abide by 'provisional arrangement'

ECNS 23 Jul 2024
The Philippine military's spokesperson said in a separate statement on Sunday that Manila "will exhaust all means before seeking foreign intervention" in its resupply missions, according to a Reuters report.
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Deal or no deal? China and Philippines at odds over Second Thomas Shoal resupply agreement

South China Morning Post 23 Jul 2024
Beijing and Manila reached a deal on Sunday night but have disputed key conditions for the missions since then ... .
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Provisional agreement on Ren’ai Reef

Shenzhen Daily 23 Jul 2024
Tensions between Beijing and Manila have been running high over the past year due to the constant resupply mission and provocations by the Philippines in the South China Sea.
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Beijing, Manila agree on managing Ren'ai Reef situation

China Daily 23 Jul 2024
Tensions between Beijing and Manila have been running high over the past year due to the constant resupply mission and provocations by the Philippines in the South China Sea.
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Manila, Beijing at odds over sea deal

Taipei Times 22 Jul 2024
The Philippines and China are already at odds over the details of a “provisional arrangement” that is to govern resupply missions to Manila’s military outpost in the South China Sea, just hours after announcing the agreement.
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China to oversee Philippine warship resupply missions in disputed waters

Anadolu Agency 22 Jul 2024
Beijing’s statement came a day after Manila announced it had reached a “provisional agreement” for rotation and resupply missions to its beached naval ship BRP Sierra Madre on the Second Thomas Shoal in the disputed South China Sea.
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Philippines, China agree on reef resupply missions

Dawn 22 Jul 2024
MANILA ... to assert Manila’s claims to the area ... Earlier on Sunday, Manila said the resupply missions would remain a Philippine operation, after Washington vowed to “do what is necessary” to support them.
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Manila cannot yield its South China Sea position: Marcos

Gulf-Times 22 Jul 2024
Manila regularly sends supply missions to sailors stationed at the shoal, turning it into a flashpoint with Beijing. During a mission last month, a Filipino sailor lost a finger after what the ...

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