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Defense chief: PH won’t announce next resupply missions to Ayungin

The Philadelphia Inquirer 24 Jun 2024
MANILA, Philippines — From saying that last week’s recent rotation and resupply ...
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Manila would not initiate war or back down: Marcos

Taipei Times 23 Jun 2024
Reuters, MANILA ... On Monday last week, China Coast Guard officials boarded Philippine rubber boats that were on a resupply mission to a military outpost in the Second Thomas Shoal (Renai Shoal, 仁愛暗沙).
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High Noon at Second Thomas Shoal

The Maritime Executive 23 Jun 2024
While Manila has held its nerve against Beijing’s mounting pressure tactics and holds the moral high ground in the South China Sea, it’s not clear yet that it has a viable strategy to counter Beijing’s maritime juggernaut.
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Philippines not in business of instigating wars, says President Marcos

CyprusMail 23 Jun 2024
Philippine navy personnel and the Chinese coast guard had their latest clash during a routine resupply mission by Manila in the South China Sea last week, in which it said a sailor was severely injured and vessels damaged.
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China Clash "Misunderstanding Or Accident" | Philippines Rejects US Involvement Under Defence Pact

News18 21 Jun 2024
Manila had accused China of disrupting a resupply mission in the disputed South China Sea on June 17.A Philippine sailor ...
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China sea clash doesn’t invoke US defence pact: Philippines

The News International 21 Jun 2024
Chinese coast guard sailors brandished weapons as they stopped a Philippine resupply mission on Monday ... MANILA ... Footage released by Manila showed Chinese coast guard ...
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Japan has no right to meddle in China-Philippines maritime issues, says Chinese embassy in Japan

Asahi News 21 Jun 2024
The Philippine foreign ministry has denounced as “illegal and aggressive” China’s actions during a routine resupply mission on Monday, which the Philippine military said severely injured a navy sailor and damaged Manila’s vessels.
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Philippines Tells Beijing Words Must Match Actions in South China Sea

MarineLink 20 Jun 2024
The Philippine foreign ministry denounced as "illegal and aggressive" China's actions during a routine resupply mission on June 17, which the Philippine military said had severely injured a navy sailor and damaged Manila's vessels.
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Philippine soldiers clash with Chinese coast guard in South China Sea

Anadolu Agency 20 Jun 2024
Manila usually sends resupply missions in civilian boats through the Philippine Coast Guard, but Monday’s mission was carried out by the AFP ... The firearms were inside gun cases and were not used during the resupply mission, he said.
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‘Act sincerely, responsibly’: PH condemns China‘s behavior in Ayungin

Manila Bulletin 19 Jun 2024
DFA (File Photo/MANILA BULLETIN). In a statement, the department expressed “grave concern” over the recent resupply mission to the grounded BRP Sierra Madre in Ayungin Shoal that was disrupted by the CCG.
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Kyodo News Digest: June 19, 2024

Kyodo 19 Jun 2024
MANILA - China's recent intervention in a Philippine resupply mission to a contested area in the South China Sea resulted in injuries to seven Filipino sailors, one of whom had his finger cut off, and ...
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BulSU CHTM receives AACCUP Level 4 re-accredited status

The Manila Times 19 Jun 2024
It has one of the largest enrollments among state colleges and universities (SUCs) outside Metro Manila. Its mission is to produce highly competent, ethical, and service-oriented professionals who ...
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Philippines Accuses China of Ramming, Towing in South China Sea Clash

Time Magazine 18 Jun 2024
... ramming and towing” while Philippine ships conducted a routine resupply mission to its military outpost in Second Thomas Shoal, according to Manila’s task force on the contested sea.
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