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12 Chinese jailed for illegal fishing in Tubbataha Reef

12 Chinese jailed for illegal fishing in Tubbataha Reef

Tubbatha Reef National Marine Park MANILA (AFP) Twelve Chinese fishermen were handed long prison terms on Tuesday for illegal fishing in the Philippines after their ship ran aground on a World Heritage-listed coral reef, a court official said. ... Balita, 3 weeks ago
Fishermen jailed after reef ram Hong Kong Standard, 4 weeks ago
Chinese crew given long prison sentences Shanghai Daily, 4 weeks ago

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PHL court sentences 12 Chinese for illegal fishing

Philippine rangers caught the fishermen after their boat ran aground on Tubbataha Reef in April 2013. The reef is not claimed by China but the jailing of the 12 is likely to put more strain on already tense ties. A Public Attorney's Office (PAO) ...
 Business World4 weeks ago Philippines jails 12 Chinese fishermen  Global Times4 weeks ago Philippines jail 12 Chinese for illegal fishing  Ecns.cn4 weeks ago

Follow the law, China tells fishermen amid PH ruling

China also vows to assist the 12 Chinese fishermen whose ship ran aground on the Tubbataha Reef, found outside the disputed South China Sea NOW SENTENCED. File photo of the 12 Chinese nationals arrested for illegal fishing in Tubbataha Reef, ...
 Rappler3 weeks ago China urges Philippines over jailed fishermen  Gulf News3 weeks ago China urges Philippines to respect jailed fishermen's rights  Gulf News3 weeks ago China seeks humane treatment for jailed fishermen  ABS-CBN News3 weeks ago

Loren prods DENR, Senate panel on Tubbataha Reef damage, geohazard maps

Sen. Loren Legarda gestures at the Senate hearing she called Tuesday to get an update on protected areas, particularly action taken to restore the damaged Tubbataha Reef. SENATE PRIB PHOTO, ALBERT CALVELO The online news ...
 Interaksyon1 month ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

After the scarring, healing comes to Tubbataha

PAYBACK TIME Last year, a 68-meter US Navy warship ploughed into the Tubbataha Reefs South Atoll, home to the last 8,000 or so Philippine Black Noddies, which are critically endangered. After 73 days and $40 million to remove the 1,300-ton ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

DFA lauds guilty verdict on 12 Chinese poachers in Tubbataha

The Department of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday expressed support for the guilty verdict handed down by a local court on 12 Chinese poachers, saying the decision was based on applicable Philippine laws. A court in Puerto Princesa, Palawan sentenced ...
 GMA News.tv4 weeks ago PH convicts 12 Chinese fishermen  ABS-CBN News4 weeks ago 12 Chinese fishermen get 6 to 12 years for illegal fishing off Tubbataha  GMA News.tv4 weeks ago Philippines sentences 12 Chinese fishermen to 6-12 years in jail  Want China Times3 weeks ago

WWF Lauds Sino Poacher Convictions06 August 2014

The F/V Min Long Yu, now docked at Puerto Princesa Bay in Palawan, ran aground the Tubbataha Reefs in April 2013. On board were 12 fishermen who were recently found guilty of violating RA 10067, which protects Tubbataha. WWF hopes tehe recent ...
 WWF Philippines3 weeks ago

US ready to pay for Tubbataha damage

10:57 pm by The United States government is ready to deliver a satisfying amount of money that will pay for damages caused by an American minesweeper when it ran aground at the Tubbataha Reef in January last year, according to US Ambassador to the ...
 Manila Times1 month ago

Arras: A new means of looking at coral reefs

WITH the dedicated scientists and engineers of the Automated Rapid Reef Assessment System (Arras) team, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) returned to Tubbataha to check how last year's back-to-back ship grounding scars are healing. Earlier, ...
 Business Mirror1 month ago

Preserving paradise: Three pillars of sustainable ecotourism

The turquoise waters of Bacuit Bay and the limestone karst islets are great sights to behold. Above the lagoons, swiftlets make their way to the hidden caves and crevices to build their nests, from which the famed Philippine paradise got itsname. ...
 Eco-Business1 week ago WWF highlights three pillars of sustainable ecotourism  Business Mirror6 days ago
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