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Any deal with China invalid if it's only verbal — Manalo

Manila Bulletin 22 May 2024
Recently, the Chinese embassy shared with Manila Bulletin and another media outfit the recording of a purported phone call between a Philippine military official and a Chinese diplomat, who supposedly agreed to the new model.
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Ex-Wescom chief Carlos says Chinese diplomat apologized to him

The Philadelphia Inquirer 22 May 2024
MANILA, Philippines— A Chinese diplomat has apologized to a Filipino military general after their phone call regarding the West ...
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‘China manipulated recording’

Manila Standard 22 May 2024
Ex-Wescom chief admits convo with embassy official, but no secret ...
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Sabong International Introduces Live Streaming for Sabong Enthusiasts

GetNews 21 May 2024
In the realm of traditional sports, few have the rich cultural heritage and fervent following of sabong, or cockfighting ... The Advent of Technology in Sabong ... Whether you're in Manila or New York, you can witness the action live ... Phone ... 1810 Metro Manila.
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Marcos orders probe of embassy 'wiretap'

The Manila Times 20 May 2024
On May 7, the Chinese Embassy in Manila released a recording and transcript of an unverified phone call between a Chinese diplomat and Vice Admiral Alberto Carlos, who was then commander of the ...
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HEADLINES: Chinese ships swarm Julian Felipe Reef | May 20, 2024

The Manila Times 20 May 2024
On May 7, the Chinese Embassy in Manila released a recording and transcript of an unverified phone call between a Chinese diplomat and Vice Admiral Alberto Carlos, who was then commander of the ...
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Marcos orders probe of alleged wiretapping by Chinese embassy

The Manila Times 19 May 2024
The Chinese Embassy in Manila earlier released a recording and transcript of an unverified phone conversation between a Chinese diplomat and Vice Admiral Alberto Carlos, former commander of the ...
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PH should not expel Chinese diplomats

The Manila Times 15 May 2024
To recall, the Chinese Embassy in Manila, on May 7, shared with selected media organizations what it claimed was a recording of a phone conversation between an individual claiming to be the "AFP WesCom chief" and a Chinese diplomat.
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Metro Manila ‘spoofing’ scams on the rise

Manila Standard 14 May 2024
... phone users about a surge in “spoofing” scams particularly in Metro Manila.
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Philippines sends ships to disputed atoll in South China Sea

Business Day 12 May 2024
ManilaThe Philippines has deployed ships to a disputed area in the South China Sea, where it accused China of building “an artificial island” in an escalating maritime row ... Beijing and Manila ...
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Tensions in Pacific: Philippines blocks Chinese regime from building artificial island in disputed waters

The Cleveland American 12 May 2024
... to take “appropriate action” against Chinese diplomats who say they allegedly recorded a phone conversation between a member of their team in Manila and a Philippine security official.
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Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 1600 GMT, May 12

China.dot.org 12 May 2024
MANILA -- One person died and five others were severely injured after their car fell off a bridge in Camarines Sur province, southeast of the Philippine capital, amid a heavy downpour on Sunday morning, local media reported.
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PH deters China from Sabina Shoal 'reclamation'

The Manila Times 12 May 2024
The Chinese Embassy in Manila on May 7 shared a phone recording between an individual claiming to be the "AFP WesCom chief" and a Chinese diplomat with selected media organizations.
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Duque, Lao face criminal raps over Covid fund mess

The Manila Times 12 May 2024
In a phone interview with The Manila Times on Saturday, Duque maintained that his actions were above board and were necessary as the country continued to grapple for supplies during the pandemic.

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In this photo provided by the International Organization for Migration, an injured person is carried on a stretcher to seek medical assistance after a landslide in Yambali village, Papua New Guinea, Friday, May 24, 2024. More than 100 people are believed to have been killed in the landslide that buried a village and an emergency response is underway, officials in the South Pacific island nation said. The landslide struck Enga province, about 600 kilometers (370 miles) northwest of the capital, Port Moresby, at roughly 3 a.m., Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. (Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP)
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