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PH rower Nievarez 8th Tokyo Olympian

Manila Standard Today 10 May 2021
Cris Nievarez ... Nievarez was no ... As per World Rowing Qualification System, for the Continental Qualification regattas like the Asia/Oceania qualifying held in Tokyo last week, only one boat per NOC will qualify,” PRA president Patrick Gregorio told the Manila Standard ... “If more than one boat qualifies, the highest-ranking crew will qualify.
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Manila tells fishermen to ignore Beijing’s ban amid incursions

Al Jazeera 05 May 2021
The Philippines has rejected an annual summer fishing ban imposed by China in the disputed South China Sea and encouraged its boats to keep fishing in the country’s territorial waters, as Manila reported on Wednesday the latest incursions of Chinese vessels on its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
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China Warns Philippines to Observe ‘Basic Etiquette’

Kayhan 05 May 2021
The comments by Teodoro Locsin, known for occasional blunt remarks, follow Manila’s protests over what it calls the illegal presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines’ 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) ... China claims almost the entire South China Sea, through which about $3 trillion of ship-borne trade passes each year.
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Philippines FM issues expletive-laced tweet over sea dispute with China

Dawn 04 May 2021
MANILA ... The comments by Teodoro Locsin, known for making blunt remarks at times, follow Manila’s protests for what it calls the “illegal” presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). China’s embassy in Manila did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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‘GET THE F*** OUT’: Filipino diplomat fumes over China incursions

Al Jazeera 04 May 2021
China has refused repeated calls from the Philippines to withdraw the boats and tensions have intensified as Manila steps up maritime patrols in the area ... The department said the presence of the Chinese boats was a “blatant infringement of Philippine sovereignty”.
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Philippine foreign minister tells China to 'Get the Fxxk Out' over South China Sea dispute

The Citizens 04 May 2021
The comments by Teodoro Locsin, known for blunt remarks, follow Manila's protests for what it calls the "illegal" presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines' 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) ... China's embassy in Manila did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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Philippines Foreign Minister Issues Expletive-Laced Tweet Over China Sea Dispute

The Epoch Times 04 May 2021
The comments by Teodoro Locsin, known for making blunt remarks at times, follow Manila's protests for what it calls the "illegal" presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the ...
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China calls for ‘basic etiquette’ after Philippine ‘get the f*** out’ remark

The Independent 04 May 2021
Teodoro L Locsin Jr’s comments came after Manila highlighted what it called the "illegal" presence of Chinese boats inside the Philippines Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
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Uruguay’s ‘People’s Pots’ feed the hungry amid pandemic

Henry Herald 04 May 2021
The comments by Teodoro Locsin, known for blunt remarks, follow Manila’s protests for what it calls the “illegal” presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines’ 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) ... China’s embassy in Manila did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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China calls for ‘basic etiquette’ after Philippine outburst

The Philadelphia Inquirer 04 May 2021
follow Manila's protests over what it calls the illegal presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines' 200-mile Exclusive ...
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China calls for 'basic etiquette' after Philippine outburst

Gulf Daily News 04 May 2021
The comments by Teodoro Locsin, known for occasional blunt remarks, follow Manila's protests over what it calls the illegal presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines' 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) ... China claims almost the entire South China Sea, through which about $3 trillion of ship-borne trade passes each year ... .
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Philippines in undiplomatic war of words with China

Asiatimes 04 May 2021
That became starkly apparent when Foreign Minister Teodoro Locsin Jr tweeted on Monday that China should “Get the f**k out” of Philippine-claimed waters, a less-than-diplomatic message on the presence of Chinese boats inside Manila’s 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone in the South China Sea.
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China calls for 'basic etiquette' after outburst by Philippine minister

Straits Times 04 May 2021
The comments by Mr Teodoro Locsin, known for occasional blunt remarks, follow Manila's protests over what it calls the illegal presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines'�200 nautical mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) ... In 2016, an arbitration tribunal in the Hague ruled that its claim was inconsistent with international law ... � ....
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Asia PacificChina calls for 'basic etiquette' after Philippine outburst

Reuters 04 May 2021
The comments by Teodoro Locsin, known for occasional blunt remarks, follow Manila's protests over what it calls the illegal presence of hundreds of Chinese boats inside the Philippines' 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). read more ... Duterte has reminded his officials that there is no room for cursing in the matter of diplomacy ... ....
photo: US Navy / Chief Mass Communication Specialist Ty Swartz
The Republic of the Philippine Jose Andrada-class patrol craft BRP Juan Magluyan (PG 392), steams in the South China Sea for bilateral training with the Essex Expeditionary Strike Group as part of the annual bilateral exercise Balikatan 2008
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Indo-Pacific Tensions: Philippines’ top diplomat swears at China on Twitter, tells nation to leave

Taipei Times 03 May 2021
The latest spat between Manila and Beijing over the resource-rich waters — which China claims almost entirely — flared up in March after hundreds of Chinese boats were spotted inside the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone ... as Manila steps up maritime patrols in the area.
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