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Rodrigo Duterte: Philippines President tells China huge ocean area 'is ours'

Independent Monday, 13 March 2017 ()
Outspoken leader rolls back on earlier diplomatic overtures to Beijing over territorial dispute
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News video: Philippine Lawmakers Want Policy Clarity Over Duterte's Maritime Mix-Up

Philippine Lawmakers Want Policy Clarity Over Duterte's Maritime Mix-Up 00:43

Two lawmakers are seeking legislative inquiries into Philippine policy on maritime territory. They are responding to what appeared to confusion by President Rodrigo Duterte about which sea Manila had accused China of illegally surveying. The Philippines lodged a diplomatic protest with Beijing, after...

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