Sen. Francis Tolentino wants Filipino songs to be aired by the state-run radio station near the disputed West Philippine Sea.
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Senator Francis Tolentino wants Filipino songs to be aired by the state-run radio station near the disputed West Philippine Sea so those in the area will know they are within Philippine territory.
Tolentino wants AFP to build military bases to protect West PH Sea, Sulu Sea, PH Rise with the help…
Senator Francis Tolentino is proposing the construction of military bases and facilities to beef up security in the West Philippine Sea, Sulu Sea and Philippine Rise. Tolentino wants the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA), which…
Malacañang rejected the call former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario to raise the arbitral ruling on the West Philippine Sea at the 74th United Nations (UN) General Assembly, saying it's an exercise in futility.
ACT-CIS party-list Rep. Niña Taduran on Monday proposed a radical solution to retake the New Bilibid Prison from detained powerful drug lords who continue to lord it over the national penitentiary: Exile them to the West Philippine Sea.
Party-list Cong. Niña Taduran (ACT-CIS) said convicted high-profile drug personalities should be transferred to some of the country’s occupied territories in South China Sea (SCS) as these inmates enjoy special treatment inside the national…
The arbitral ruling that favored Manila's claims in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) “can’t be set aside,” Malacañang said Friday.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teddy Locsin said the Aquino administration did right in filing an arbitration case with the United Nations-backed court on the West Philippine Sea issue in 2012.
Locsin says war should remain an option against China: Why not do a Vietnam, get Russia behind us in…
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teddy Locsin believes that waging war against China should always be an option for the Philippines in defending its boundaries in the West Philippine Sea despite President Rodrigo Duterte’s fears that it would lead…
The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday (September 3) has dismissed the petition seeking for the issuance of a writ of kalikasan due to the withdrawal of fisherfolk petitioners.
Malacañang said it will not waste time responding to Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison’s recent criticism against the Duterte administration.
Before he left for his 5th China visit, President Duterte promised to raise the arbitral ruling on the Philippines' claims in the West Philippine Sea. Duterte kept his word mentioning it during his bilateral talks with Chinese President Xi…
China President Xi Jinping respects Philippine sovereignty but not where it matters most - the country's rights over the West Philippine Sea which he continues to treat with scorn.
Malacañang said Friday it remains optimistic that China would change its stance in rejecting the arbitral ruling favoring the Philippines’ claim over the West Philippine Sea (WPS).
Despite rejecting the Philippines' arbitral victory, China agreed on the need for a binding code of conduct in the South China Sea to resolve conflicting claims of sovereignty.
Two senators from the minority bloc are dissatisfied with the apology from the Chinese national whose vessel hit a Philippine fishing boat in the West Philippine Sea last June.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro "Teddyboy" Locsin Jr. clarified that he did not accept the apology of the Chinese national whose vessel hit a Filipino fishing boat in the West Philippine Sea last June.
Senator Francis Tolentino has lauded the owner of the Chinese vessel which hit a Filipino boat in the West Philippine Sea for apologizing, even if it happened two months after the incident.
The owner of the Chinese vessel which hit a Philippine fishing boat off Recto Bank in the West Philippine Sea last June has apologized for the incident, according to a memorandum addressed to Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr.
Supreme Court (SC) Justice Antonio Carpio has called on Filipinos to help educate China not to claim what is not theirs in the West Philippine Sea (WPS).
President Rodrigo Duterte is hoping that the joint exploration for oil and gas in the West Philippine Sea between the Philippines and China would help resolve their territorial maritime issues.
Inamin ni Clean Our Oceans Project Anna Varona na mananatiling banta sa kalikasan at eco system sa West Philippine Sea ang presensya ng mga Chinese Vessels at Chinese infrastructure sa West Philippine Sea.
There is no stopping President Rodrigo Duterte from raising the arbitral ruling favoring the Philippines in the West Philippine Sea dispute in his upcoming visit to China this month.