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Attempts on to trigger South China Sea conflict

China Daily 17 Apr 2024
Yet the US, with one of the largest embassies among US missions abroad in Manila and increasing staff in its military bases, has been seeking to fire up tension and even conflict in the Asia-Pacific, ...
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The International Justice Mission and how they're fighting for freedom in the Philippines

The Manila Times 15 Apr 2024
What is the International Justice Mission and what is it specifically doing in the Philippines? ... We opened our first office in Manila in 2001, and subsequently the Cebu office in 2007 ... Mission (IJM).
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The International Justice Movement and how they're fighting for freedom in the Philippines

The Manila Times 14 Apr 2024
We opened our first office in Manila in 2001, and subsequently the Cebu office in 2007 ... Justice Mission (IJM) ... What are important things Filipinos can do now that will greatly help your mission?.
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PH can’t be complacent — PBBM

Manila Standard 13 Apr 2024
... with the United States, President Marcos said Saturday (Manila time).
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Escudero apologizes for unauthorized car plate use

The Manila Times 13 Apr 2024
Escudero said he immediately ordered the driver to appear before the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), comply with the issued show-cause order, and face the consequences of the violation.
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Biden pledges to defend Philippines from any attack in South China Sea

The Observer 12 Apr 2024
... at the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), firing water cannon at vessels and ramming into Philippine ships running resupply missions near the Second Thomas Shoal, which both Manila and Beijing claim.
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Fact Sheet: Celebrating the Strength of the U.S.-Philippines Alliance

The White House 12 Apr 2024
Embassy in Manila in early 2024 ... Presidential Trade and Investment Mission ... Secretary of Commerce Raimondo led a Presidential Trade and Investment Mission (PTIM) to Manila in March 2024 ... home to Manila.
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Biden hosts Japanese, Philippine leaders to discuss China’s aggression

Voa News 11 Apr 2024
In recent weeks, Chinese Coast Guard ships have taken provocative actions to block resupply missions for Philippine soldiers stationed on the Second Thomas Shoal, who guard Manila’s sovereignty claims over the Spratly Islands.
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Italian fugitive accused of raping minor girl 12 years ago nabbed in Cebu City

Sun Star 11 Apr 2024
The arrest, implemented by the BI's Fugitive Search Unit, happened on Friday, April 5, the BI said. Tansingco said Todeschini was arrested based on a mission order he issued at the request of the Italian embassy in Manila ... ....
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Philippines steps up operations with its allies

Asiatimes 11 Apr 2024
... by violating an alleged “gentlemen’s agreement” under which Manila allegedly promised not to expand resupply missions and/or fortify its military detachment in the Second Thomas Shoal.
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India can’t afford to ignore China challenge

Deccan Herald 10 Apr 2024
... response to violent incidents between Manila and Beijing in the South China Sea, particularly around Scarborough Shoal and the resupply missions to a Filipino vessel stuck in the Spratly Islands.
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Japan, U.S., Australia, Philippines to hold joint naval drills on April 7

Kyodo 06 Apr 2024
(Kyodo) ... In the water cannon attack by the Chinese Coast Guard near the Manila-controlled, Beijing-claimed Second Thomas Shoal, a Philippine vessel on a supply mission to a grounded navy ship was heavily damaged and Filipino servicemen were wounded.
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NBDB donates award-winning books to National Library

The Manila Times 05 Apr 2024
Ang, who is also The Manila Times chairman and CEO, emphasized the shared mission of both the NLP and NBDB, which is to enhance accessibility to award-winning books, fostering knowledge dissemination and promoting locally published works nationwide.
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US, Japan, Philippines eye cooperation on South China Sea

Voa News 05 Apr 2024
The most recent flare-up came on March 26 when the Chinese Coast Guard used water cannon to prevent a Philippine vessel from conducting a resupply mission to an outpost on a reef in waters within Manila's 200-mile exclusive economic zone.
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