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‘Truly transformative’: Pentagon official recounts strengthening Philippine alliance

Stars and Stripes 12 Jul 2024
“We have stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Manila in the midst of a changing security environment,” Ratner said in Washington, D.C., at the Center for Strategic and International StudiesSouth China Sea Conference.
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Filipino fisher missing in West PH Sea after boat hit by ‘unidentified’ ship

The Philadelphia Inquirer 09 Jul 2024
MANILA, Philippines — A Filipino fisherman remains missing after a still-unidentified ship hit his boat in the West Philippine Sea, ...
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Philippines says it agrees with China to ‘de-escalate’ South China Sea tensions

The News International 03 Jul 2024
MANILA ... A Filipino soldier lost a finger in the clash, with Manila also accusing the Chinese coast guard of looting guns and damaging three boats as well as navigational and communication equipment.
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South China Sea rivals hold talks to head off strife

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 03 Jul 2024
There was no mention of any major agreement, however, after the daylong meeting in Manila that could prevent a repeat of the June 17 clash at Second Thomas Shoal, which caused injuries to Filipino navy personnel and damaged two military boats.
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Philippines says Manila, Beijing agree to 'de-escalate' South China Sea tensions

The Peninsula 02 Jul 2024
Manila ... A Filipino soldier lost a finger in the June 17 clash, with Manila also accusing the Chinese coast guard of looting guns and damaging three boats as well as navigational and communication equipment.
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Philippines says it agrees with China to 'de-escalate' South China Sea tensions

Guam Pacific Daily News 02 Jul 2024
Manila and ... A Filipino soldier lost a finger in the clash, with Manila also accusing the Chinese coast guard of looting guns and damaging three boats as well as navigational and communication equipment.
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Manila, Beijing agree to 'de-escalate' South China Sea tensions

Khaleejtimes 02 Jul 2024
A Filipino soldier lost a finger in the June 17 clash, with Manila also accusing the Chinese coast guard of looting guns and damaging three boats as well as navigational and communication equipment.
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Manila and Beijing to de-escalate row

Hong Kong Standard 02 Jul 2024
A Filipino soldier lost a finger in the June 17 clash, with Manila also accusing the Chinese coast guard of looting guns and damaging three boats as well as navigational and communication equipment.
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Philippines, China agree to ease tensions in South China Sea

Beijing News 02 Jul 2024
During the June 17 altercation, a Filipino soldier lost a finger and Manila accused the Chinese Coast Guard of pilfering firearms and causing damage to three boats and navigational and communication equipment.
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Poised along the Indian border, Chinese troops are there for the long haul

Beijing News 02 Jul 2024
Chinese personnel operated extremely close to the grounded ship at Second Thomas Shoal, and then proceeded to wield knives and an axe, and ram a Philippine boat in an action that resulted in a Philippine sailor losing a thumb.
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CCP Could Use South China Sea Tensions to Gauge US Response to Its Allies: Experts

The Epoch Times 30 Jun 2024
In a June 17 encounter, the Philippines said its personnel were injured, and vessels were damaged after a clash between boats from Manila and Beijing near Second Thomas Shoal, part of ...
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US speaks to China about recent West PH Sea incident

Manila Bulletin 28 Jun 2024
Aside from voicing concern on China’s ramming of Philippine boat and confiscation of Filipino troops’ firearms that led to severe injuries, Campbell told Ma of Washington’s ironclad defense commitment to Manila.
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BBM: PH must do more than protest

The Manila Times 27 Jun 2024
A Filipino soldier lost a finger in the incident, with Manila also accusing the Chinese coast guard of stealing guns and damaging three boats along with navigational and communication equipment.
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Philippines must ‘do more’ than protest: president

Taipei Times 27 Jun 2024
A Philippine soldier lost a finger in the incident, with Manila also accusing the China Coast Guard of stealing guns and damaging three boats along with navigational and communication equipment.
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Marcos says Philippines must ‘do more’ than protest China sea actions

Manila Standard 27 Jun 2024
... showed, foiling what Manila said was a resupply mission to troops manning .
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