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China rescues 2 Filipino fishermen at disputed shoal
Arabstoday.net

Fishermen rescued by Chinese coast guard

MALACAÑANG on Friday announced that two Filipino fishermen had been rescued near the disputed Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal by the Chinese Coast Guard and transferred to a Philippine vessel. The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) coordinated with the ... Manila Times, 1 day ago
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Balita

China considers access to disputed shoal for Philippines

BEIJING: China is considering a wholesale deal that will grant Philippine fishing vessels access to disputed Scarborough Shoal waters in the South China Sea, an influential Chinese academic and government adviser said as relations between the two ...
 TheStar.com.my1 week ago Duterte to declare Panatag Shoal a marine sanctuary area  Balita3 days ago South China Sea: Is China considering giving 'wholesale' access to Filipino fishermen in Scarborough Shoal?  International Business Times UK1 week ago China considers granting Philippines access to disputed shoal - adviser  Reuters UK1 week ago
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5 Filipinos missing after fishing near Scarborough Shoal

Fishermen from Subic, Zambales, prepare their boats for another fishing trip to Scarborough Shoal moments after the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague favored the Philippines on its territorial dispute with China. (INQUIRER CENTRAL ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer5 days ago South China Sea | Five Filipinos missing after fishing near disputed shoal  Macau Daily Times4 days ago
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Maritime Executive

China assures Philippines of continued access to Scarborough Shoal

MANILA (Kyodo) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has assured his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte that China will continue to allow Philippine fishermen to access a disputed shoal in the South China Sea, according to Duterte's communication ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 week ago Improved situation in Scarborough only temporary analysts  Rappler2 weeks ago Photos show China blocking access to Panatag Shoal  Rappler1 month ago China says "situation" at disputed Scarborough Shoal has not changed  Reuters UK1 month ago
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Fast Facts: Panatag Shoal

1734—Year a map showing Panacot, the first name of Panatag Shoal, also known as Scarborough Shoal, was published. The map by the Jesuit friar Pedro Murillo Velarde shows Scarborough, off the coast of Zambales province, as part of the Philippines.
 Philippine Daily Inquirer2 weeks ago
Philippine News

Filipino Fishermen Find Oceanographic Instrument Near Panatag

Oceanographic Instrument Recovered By Filipino Fishermen Near Scarborough Shoal Filipino fishermen in Zambales found an oceanographic instrument with the mark National Oceanographic Office, USA, while fishing near Panatag Shoal. On Friday ...
 Philippine News2 weeks ago Pinoys are like fish out of water at Panatag Shoal  Philippine Daily Inquirer2 weeks ago No guarantee Filipino fishermen's access to Panatag Shoal will last  Thai Public Broadcasting Service1 month ago No accord with China on Scarborough — Yasay  Philippines Daily Tribune1 month ago
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China offers aquaculture, but fishers won't bite

Fishermen from Zambales have known no other source of livelihood than the rich fishing grounds of Scarborough Shoal, which the Chinese had already taken over. They wouldn't accept any alternative, including an offer by the Chinese government to ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer2 weeks ago
Sott.net

Philippine coast guard enters disputed shoal, China doesn't object

Two Philippine Coast Guard ships have started patrolling the disputed Scarborough Shoal in what appears to be a new understanding with the Chinese. The two vessels, the BRP Tubbataha and MCS 3010, arrived at Scarborough Shoal on 5 November and ...
 Russia Today3 weeks ago Philippine coast guard and fishing boats enters disputed shoal, China doesn't object  Sott.net3 weeks ago

Pangasinan SP hails President Duterte's help in bringing back Filipino fishermen to Scarborough Shoal

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. LINGAYEN, Nov. 8 -- The Sangguniang Panlalawigan (SP) passed a resolution expressing the province of Pangasinan's utmost gratitude on the efforts exerted by ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago Pangasinan hails President Duterte for fishermen return to Panatag Shoal  Philippine Information Agency2 weeks ago Duterte decision on coal plant expected in Sual  Philippine Department of Energy2 weeks ago Pangasinan board thanks Duterte for fishermen's return to Panatag  Yahoo! Singapore3 weeks ago
DNA India

New Philippine ambassador says China is complying with arbitration ruling

By Manuel Mogato MANILA (Reuters) - By letting Philippine fishermen return to the disputed Scarborough Shoal, China is complying with an international arbitral ruling, just without acknowledging it, Manila's incoming ambassador to Beijing said on ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago China complying with arbitration ruling: envoy  Taipei Times Online3 weeks ago China Complies Arbitration Rules, New Philippine Ambassador Says  Philippine News3 weeks ago
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