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Philippines to Vigorously Defend Territory, President Says

MarineLink 20 May 2024
China claims almost all the South China Sea, a conduit for $3 trillion in annual ship-borne trade, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam ... ------------------------------------. Original article. .
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Philippines president says his country to 'vigorously defend' territory

LBC International 18 May 2024
China claims almost all the South China Sea, a conduit for $3 trillion in annual ship-borne trade, including parts claimed by the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Vietnam ... Reuters. .
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Chinese navy fleet returns from escort missions, joint exercises

China.dot.org 17 May 2024
It also made a technical stop in Malaysia. China began dispatching naval ships to carry out vessel protection operations in December 2008 in the Gulf of Aden and the waters off Somalia.
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Chinese coast guard shadows Filipino activists sailing toward disputed shoal

Asahi News 16 May 2024
Chinese coast guard ships have also ventured into waters close to Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia in the past, sparking tensions and protests, but the Southeast Asian nations with considerable ...
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Filipino activists decide not to sail closer to disputed shoal, avoiding clash with Chinese ships

Asahi News 16 May 2024
Chinese and Philippine coast guard and accompanying ships have had a series of increasingly hostile territorial faceoffs at Scarborough, which is surrounded by the Chinese coast guard, and at Philippine-occupied Second Thomas Shoal since last year.
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Filipino activists and fishermen sail in 100-boat flotilla to disputed shoal guarded by China

Asahi News 15 May 2024
Chinese coast guard ships had also ventured into waters close to Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia in the past, sparking tensions and protests, but the Southeast Asian nations with considerable economic ...
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‘No evidence of oil being transferred’

The Star 15 May 2024
DOHA. There is “not one shred of evidence” of ship-to-ship transfers of sanctioned Iranian oil off Malaysia, says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Read full story ... .
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100-Boat Convoy of Filipino Fishers, Activists Sets Sail to Disputed Shoal in South China Sea

Time 15 May 2024
Chinese coast guard ships had also ventured into waters close to Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia in the past, sparking tensions and protests, but the Southeast Asian nations with considerable economic ...
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About 100 Filipino activists and fishermen sail on wooden boats to disputed shoal guarded by China

Springfield News-Sun 15 May 2024
Chinese coast guard ships had also ventured into waters close to Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia in the past, sparking tensions and protests, but the Southeast Asian nations with considerable economic ...
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Filipino activists, fishermen sail to disputed shoal guarded by China

Korea Times 15 May 2024
Chinese coast guard ships had also ventured into waters close to Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia in the past, sparking tensions and protests, but the Southeast Asian nations with considerable economic ...
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Malaysia PM: No evidence of ship-to-ship transfer of Iran oil off Malaysia

Middle East Monitor 14 May 2024
Malaysia ... Speaking at an economic forum in Qatar, Anwar said Malaysia does not have the capacity to monitor ship-to-ship transfers in international waters.
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No Evidence of Ship-to-ship Transfer of Iranian Oil off Malaysia, PM Says

MarineLink 14 May 2024
Malaysia Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said on Tuesday there was "not one shred of evidence" of ship-to-ship transfers of sanctioned Iranian oil off Malaysia, amid U.S.
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Anwar says no evidence of ship-to-ship transfer of Iranian oil off Malaysia

The Star 14 May 2024
DOHA (Qatar). Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says there is "not one shred of evidence" of ship-to-ship transfers of sanctioned Iranian oil off Malaysia, amid U.S. concerns that Iran is using Malaysian service providers to move its oil. Read full story ... .
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ReCAAP ISC: One incident of armed robbery 7 – 13 May

SAFETY4SEA 14 May 2024
One actual incident of armed robbery against ships (CAT 3 incident) in Asia was reported to ReCAAP ISC, between 7th – 13th May 2024 ... the Operation Centres of the Philippines and Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCOM) of Malaysia.

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