President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday urged China to "meet halfway" to resolve disputes in the South China Sea.
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Tapping the support of the United States, the only military ally of the Philippines, in preventing China from seizing control of the South China Sea needs "serious study," says Malacañang.
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President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday revealed Jordan might give the Philippines another attack helicopter.
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Vice President Leni Robredo has scored Ilocos Norte governor Imee Marcos for saying the Philippines “started trouble” with China by suing it before an international tribunal.
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Reelectionist Senator Sonny Angara is pushing for a relaunch of the “Made in the Philippines” in the global market.
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Malacañang on Friday asserted the arbitral tribunal's ruling on the South China Sea (SCS) after Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said that the territorial disputes between China and the Philippines should be resolved by…
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The Chinese government might opt to address the country's concern over presence of Chinese vessels suspected to be maritime militia during the 2nd Belt and Road Forumto be held on April 25 this year in Beijing, Malacañang said on Thursday.
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A US warship laden with hi-tech fighter planes took centre stage at key war games in the Philippines Thursday, brandishing military might as fresh tensions bubble in the contentious South China Sea.
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Malacanang says the presence of Chinese vessels near islands occupied by the Philippines in the West Philippine Sea may be tackled during the bilateral meeting between President Rodrigo Duterte and President Xi Jinping during the Belt…
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Malacanang believes the Philippines has benefited from our friendly exchange with China.
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Malacanang believes the Philippines has gained from our friendly exchange with China.
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Bayan Muna chairman and Makabayan senatorial candidate Neri Colmenares vowed on Thursday to push for legislation “that defines poverty in a truthful and realistic manner, so that we can also solve the problem adequately and effectively.”
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The human family tree has acquired a new branch with the unearthing of a previously unknown species of human that lived on an island in today's Philippines some 50,000 years ago.
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Despite the friendly relations between the Philippines and China, Malacañang on Wednesday said the administration will “always assert sovereignty when it is impaired (and) insulted.”
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Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Cielito Habito is concerned that the Chinese workers flooding the Philippines, specifically in on-line gambling, could be sleeper agents of the Chinese military.
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Malacanang expressed confidence that the Filipinos' perception of China will improve once the deepening economic ties between China and the Philippines yield positive returns.
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An Indonesian fisherman held hostage for four months by Islamic militants in the Philippines has drowned, a military spokesman said Saturday, while two other captured men have been rescued.
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Senatorial bet Chel Diokno said the Philippines would edge closer to being a failed state if President Rodrigo Duterte would coopt the Senate in the 2019 mid-term elections.
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Saying that the Philippines cannot survive if it is saddled with loans that mortgage the future of our children and offers part of national patrimony as collateral....
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Manila has lodged a diplomatic protest after more than 250 Chinese ships were spotted in recent months off a Philippine-held island in the hotly disputed South China Sea, a presidential spokesman said Monday.