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Philippines, US, Japan to discuss security situation in South China Sea

The US, Japanese, and Philippine leaders will discuss the security and freedom of navigation in the South China Sea at their first-ever trilateral summit in Washington, DC, scheduled for April 11, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said on Wednesday.

CCG accuses Philippines of invading disputed waters in South China Sea

Four Philippine ships entered the waters of the disputed Nansha Islands, also known as Spratly Islands, in the South China Sea "without permission of Chinese authorities" on Sunday, which led to a collision with a Chinese vessel, the China Coast Guard (CCG) said.

Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam reject China's latest map

The Philippines, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam have all rejected a map released by China recently that showed Beijing's territorial sovereignty in the South China Sea, joining India in slamming its neighbour for territorial exaggeration.

Vietnam targets China, Philippines for activities in disputed waters of South China Sea

Hanoi: The Vietnamese government has slammed China and the Philippines for their recent activities on the  disputed waters of the South China Sea.

China, Philippine vessels nearly collide in South China Sea

Manila: Continuing the tension in the region, Chinese and Philippine ships came close to collision in the South China Sea on Sunday, media reports said.

South China Sea disputes: Philippines diplomats confront Chinese diplomats

Manila: Philippines diplomats on Friday confronted Chinese officials during closed-door talks and protested against Beijing's aggressive behaviour in the South China Sea, media reports said.

Chinese fighter jet intercepts US aircraft over the South China Sea: Report

A Chinese J-11 fighter jet, equipped with air-to-air missiles, intercepted a US patrol aircraft near the Paracel Islands over the South China Sea, according to media reports.

Philippines 'vigilantly monitors' alleged harassment by China in South China Sea

Manila: The Philippines government has said it is 'vigilantly monitoring' the developments in the South China Sea and also probing the recent incident where a China Coast Guard ship allegedly harassed local fishermen near a Filipino-occupied shoal, media reports said.

China to holds military drills in South Yellow Sea

Beijing: The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) will conduct military exercises with live fire in the southern part of the Yellow Sea on August 6-15, the China Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) said on Saturday.

Beijing begins military exercises in S China Sea

Beijing: China has launched two-day military exercises in the South China Sea off the coast of the southern Guangdong Province, China's maritime safety administration said on Friday.

Chinese aggression in South China Sea: Japan, Australia increasing military budgets

Beijing/Tokyo/Canberra: Amid escalating Chinese military aggression in the South China Sea, Japan, South Korea, Australia and Singapore are increasing their military budgets and spending as a response to the aggression they have experienced from Beijing.

Chinese fighter jet 'chaffs' Australian plane near South China Sea

Canberra: A Chinese fighter jet's aggressive maneuvers endangered the crew of an Australian reconnaissance plane as it patrolled in the vicinity of the South China Sea, Australia's Defense Ministry claimed on Sunday.

Philippines deploys buoys as ‘sovereign markers’ in disputed South China Sea

Manila: Philippines government has installed buoys and opened some command posts to mark out and assert its sovereignty in waters and islets it claims in the disputed South China Sea, media reports said on Sunday.

China has fully militarised islands in South China Sea, claims key US military official

Washington: A top US military commander has warned that China has fully militarised at least three of several islands it built in the disputed South China Sea.

South China Sea: US Navy warship challenges Chinese territorial claims

Beijing: The US Navy guided missile destroyer challenged Chinese claims of sovereignty in and around islands in the South China Sea on Thursday, media reports said.