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Philippine group calls civilian mission in South China Sea a 'major victory'

Voa News 16 May 2024
MANILA, Philippines — A Philippine group leading a civilian supply mission in the South China Sea delivered food and fuel to Filipino fishermen despite being shadowed by Chinese vessels, its officials said Thursday, calling it a "major victory.".
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China sees red, issues warning as Philippine activists sail towards disputed reef

Beijing News 16 May 2024
Philippine activists have embarked on a voyage towards a disputed reef in the South China Sea, prompting China to issue warnings against Manila for permitting the civilian mission in the West ...
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Philippines says to ensure safety of civilian mission in South China Sea

Deccan Herald 15 May 2024
The Philippines has sent three coast guard vessels to ensure the safety of a civilian flotilla sailing to a shoal in the South China Sea, where Manila and Beijing have been embroiled in heated ...
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High-seas drama looms as flotilla sails to disputed shoal

Hong Kong Standard 15 May 2024
The Philippines has sent three coast guard vessels to ensure the safety of a civilian flotilla sailing to Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea, where Manila and Beijing have been embroiled in heated standoffs over competing claims.
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Piolo wins best actor anew as 'Mallari' debuts on Netflix

The Manila Times 15 May 2024
Amid these developments, however, Diamante said he is laser-focused on the outfit's entry for the 50th Metro Manila Film Festival, the fantasy-drama "Biringan," as he determinedly moves forward with ...
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Philippine coast guard will block China reclamation at disputed shoal, official says

Voa News 13 May 2024
... rendezvous point for vessels carrying out resupply missions to Filipino troops stationed on a grounded warship at the Second Thomas Shoal, where Manila and China have had frequent maritime run-ins.
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Philippine coast guard will block China reclamation at disputed shoal

GDN Online 13 May 2024
... rendezvous point for vessels carrying out resupply missions to Filipino troops stationed on a grounded warship at the Second Thomas Shoal, where Manila and China have had frequent maritime run-ins.
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Malaya asks China to respect civilian convoy off to Scarborough Shoal

The Philadelphia Inquirer 13 May 2024
MANILA, Philippines — A security official on Monday appealed to China to respect the upcoming civilian mission to Scarborough (Panatag) Shoal ... (Our […]... .
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Philippines deploys ships to disputed South China Sea amid reports China building ‘artificial island’

Jurist 13 May 2024
Earlier this month, the Philippines Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) summoned a Chinese official in Manila, Zhou Zhyiong, after the Chinese coast guard attacked Filipino vessels on a humanitarian mission in Scarborough Shoal.
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Philippines sends ships to disputed atoll in South China Sea

Business Day 12 May 2024
... point for Philippine vessels carrying out resupply missions to Filipino troops stationed on a grounded warship at the Second Thomas Shoal, where Manila and China have had frequent maritime run-ins.
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Philippines sends ships to disputed atoll where China building 'artificial island'

GDN Online 11 May 2024
... point for Philippine vessels carrying out resupply missions to Filipino troops stationed on a grounded warship at the Second Thomas Shoal, where Manila and China have had frequent maritime run-ins.
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Philippines sends ships to disputed atoll, says China building 'artificial island'

Voa News 11 May 2024
... point for Philippine vessels carrying out resupply missions to Filipino troops stationed on a grounded warship at the Second Thomas Shoal, where Manila and China have had frequent maritime run-ins.
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Philippines seeks to expel Chinese envoys over leak

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 11 May 2024
It required Manila to notify Beijing for such offshore missions and promise not to bring construction materials ... The Chinese government and its embassy in Manila have not confirmed the news reports nor denied them.
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U.S. builds web of arms, ships and bases in the Pacific to deter China

The Spokesman-Review 11 May 2024
warplanes and advanced mobile missile launchers, if Washington and Manila agree that offensive weaponry can be placed there ... The Pentagon announced in February last year a new military base-sharing agreement with Manila, giving U.S.
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