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Scarborough Shoal

South China Sea Dispute: Philippines Coast Guard Patrols Controversial Scarborough Shoal

Philippines Coast Guard has started patrolling the controversial Scarborough Shoal in the disputed South China Sea.

Russia's premier Dmitry Medvedev and Chinese premier Li keqiang.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Arrives in Russia for Talks

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived in Russia to discuss issues of mutual importance with his counterpart Dmitry Medvedev and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Australia, Indonesia Conduct Joint Patrols in Contested South China Sea

Australia, Indonesia Conduct Joint Patrols in Contested South China Sea

Invoking the 'freedom of navigation' principle. Australia has accepted Indonesia's request for joint naval patrols in the disputed South China Sea.

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China, United States to Conduct Joint Military Drill Next Month

The armed forces from China and United States will carry out a six day military drill next month, the Chinese military said.

Chinese Coast Guard Leave Scarborough Shoal After Duterte's China Visit

Chinese Coast Guard Leaves Disputed Scarborough Shoal Following Duterte's China Visit

Philippine defense officials say Chinese ships have left the Scarborough Shoal in the disputed South China Sea, enabling Filipino fishermen to resume fishing without fear of harassment since China seized control of the shoal in 2012.

Filipino Fishermen Return to Chinese-Controlled Scarborough Shoal in South China Sea

Filipino Fishermen Gain Access to Chinese-Controlled Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea

Filipino fishermen have reported that they were able to fish in the resource-rich Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea on Wednesday without any harassment from the Chinese Coast Guard. This has raised speculations that China finally may have given the fishermen access to the shoal following Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's recent visit to Beijing.

Chinese President

South China Sea Dispute: China Defends 'Surprise' Drills in Contested Waters

China has downplayed its ongoing military drills in South China Sea amid the ongoing dispute among several countries claiming a stake over the island.

 Security ship crews of Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, stand on the main deck during a patrol in the South China Sea on August 17, 2016 in Natuna, Ranai, Indonesia.

China to Conduct Military Drills in South China Sea, Orders Other Vessels to Keep Distance

China will reportedly conduct military drills in the South China Sea on Thursday, ordering all other vessels to keep its distance, Reuters reported Wednesday citing the country's maritime safety administration.

Japan Urges India to Make a Stand on the South China Sea Dispute

Japan Urges India to Make a Stand on the South China Sea Dispute

Japan is eyeing India as an' indispensable partner' in preventing China from its increasing assertiveness in claiming almost the entirety of the disputed South China Sea as it urged New Delhi officials to make a stand and speak on the issue related to the disputed region.

They don't stop

China State Hackers Try and Fail to Steal Secrets from US Aircraft Carrier Patrolling South China Sea

The U.S. Navy said that the hackers were unsuccessful .

China US

China Describes the Sailing of U.S. Warship near Disputed Paracel Islands as 'Provocative'

China hit the United States on Friday for sailing a US Navy warship near disputed Paracel islands in South China Sea.

Philippines President

PH President Duterte to Discuss South China Sea Row with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to discuss the South China Sea dispute with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

China Decries US Warship Entry Into its Territorial Waters in the South China Sea

China Decries US Warship Intrusion Into its Territorial Waters in the South China Sea

China has lambasted the United States after a U.S. Navy warship sailed near the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea on Friday. The islands are under China's control.

Chinese President

South China Sea Dispute: China, Philippines Agree to Resume Talks to Resolve Issue

China and Philippines have agreed to start bilateral talks to resolve their long-standing territorial dispute over South China Sea.

President Xi Gives Full Military Honors to Visiting President Duterte

President Xi Gives Full Military Honors to Visiting Philippine President Duterte

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday in what political analysts said was part of Manila's charm offensive aimed at securing trade and investment deals from the world's second largest economy.

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