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China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force To Continue Flight Drill

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force will keep handling drills at sea regardless of whatever obstacle it may encounter, China’s state broadcaster announced, following reports that Chinese warplanes crossed near Japan and Taiwan in recent days. The actions have faced and bought with a variety of forms of opposition and obstacle, but no matter […]

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North Korea

North Korea Fired A Missiles Landed in Japan Coast

On Friday, North Korea launched an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) successfully for the second time this month. The rocket landed in the Sea of Japan, about 600 miles away from the launcher area. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that they got information the North Korea will conduct a missile firing again. He urged the US, […]

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FA-50

US Delivers Weapons for the Philippine Air Force

On Saturday, The US Embassy in Manila said that “officials from the Joint United States Military Assistance Group (JUSMAG) recently provide 1,040 rocket motors and 992 rockets to the Philippine Air Force (PAF) through the Mutual Logistics Support Agreement (MLSA).” Philippine Air Force received counterterrorism weapons and equipment from the United States to help its […]

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Seagames hosting Asean

Thailand or Indonesia to Snatch Philippines SEA Games Hosting

Thailand or Indonesia could step forward to host the 30th Southeast Asian Games in 2019 following the Philippine government’s decision to give up the event. The Philippines, which only passed in as hosts when Brunei switched in 2015, had been registered to host the competition in 2019 as it had in 2005. But the government […]

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Bells

President Duterte Order U.S to Return the Bells

President Rodrigo Duterte was reviving a century old fight for the return of the historic Balangiga bells taken by the U.S. Army from a church in Samar during the Philippine-American war. Duterte said they must bring back the Balangiga bells because they own it and it belongs to the Philippines during his second State of […]

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Vietnam Fishing Vessels

Indonesian Navy Shot Vietnamese Fisherman

Indonesia’s navy shot and wounded four Vietnamese fishers aboard a fishing boat in the South China Sea over the weekend, Vietnamese authorities said. The Vietnamese boat was about 132 nautical miles (245 kilometers) southeast of Vietnam’s Con Dao island when the fishermen were shot Saturday night, the Binh Dinh provincial search-and-rescue committee said on its […]

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Reed Bank

Philippines to Upset China Over Drilling in Reed Bank?

More than two years ago Philippine energy officials ordered stop drilling for oil and natural gas in the West Philippines Sea as Beijing demands. The Southeast Asian country’s Department of Energy froze that purpose because the Philippines was planning for world court arbitration with China over who has the more rights to the field of […]

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Cinema

China Open Movie Theater in West Philippine Sea

China opens movie theater on disputed island in the South China Sea to entertain troops and residents station in the occupied island. According to state media, Chinese soldiers and residents on the controlled Islands in the disputed South China Sea can now go to the cinema after the first movie cinema opened its doors on […]

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Airbus A400m

Malaysia Sending Help to the Philippines

Malaysia’s first assistance to Marawi, Philippines was delivered on July 21 via the Royal Malaysian Air Force’s (RMAF) Airbus A400M aircraft. The country provided another phase of support to the Philippines Armed Forces in efforts to jointly combat Islamic State militants. Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told Malaysia had earlier airlifted humanitarian aid, comprising food and […]

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United States President Approved Maritime Patrol in West Philippine Sea

US President Donald Trump has accepted a plan to enable the US navy more freedom to carry patrols in the South China Sea, in a move that could be viewed as a challenge to an extended  China’s maritime claims. In April, the plan was presented to the White House by Defence Secretary Jim Mattis describes […]

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China Air Force H6k bomber

Japan and Taiwan Intercept Chinese Bombers

On Thursday, 10 Chinese military aircraft, including H-6K bombers flew between Japan’s Miyako Island and Okinawa Island in the Miyako Strait, sparking a response from the Japanese Defense Ministry, which considered the incident rare. While the ministry noted there was no violation of Japan’s sovereign air space, the proximity of the bombers prompted Japan to […]

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Philippine Army Sniper

Suspected NPA Ambush Six Policemen Died

DUMAGUETE CITY, July 21 (PNA) — Six policemen, including a police chief, were killed and three others wounded during an ambush Friday by suspected Communist terrorists in Barangay Magsaysay, Guihulngan City in Negros Oriental. The investigation identified one of the victims as Supt. Ariel Arpon, the police chief of Guihulngan. Initial police investigation showed that […]

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Indonesian Corvette

Indonesia Rename South China Ignores China’s Warning

Indonesia showed the newly assigned North Natuna Sea on Friday when it unveiled a new official map of the national archipelago. It shows current negotiations with Southeast Asian neighbors and the 2016 findings of the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague in the Netherlands on the dispute in the South China Sea between China […]

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Cessna 280

US Government to Provide Surveillance Aircraft to The Philippines

The United States is sending two surveillance aircraft to support the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ ability in monitoring and reconnaissance operations against terrorists. According to US Ambassador Sung Kim, two Cessna 208 planes would be sent out to the Philippine government in a few weeks. Kim reiterated that the US is concerned about the […]

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Israel F-16 A/B "netz"

Israel Air Force F-16 Fighter Jet Decommisioned

Israel Air Force retired the remaining of F-16 “Netz” (Hawk) aircraft on Monday. The plane, which flew for years in operational missions and was later used for developing combat pilots in advanced stages of training, has been decommissioned after 36 years of activity. IAF Commander Brig. Gen. Amir Eshel said in the past that “the […]

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Globe Sim Card

SIM Card Sellers to Require all Buyers a Valid IDs

A measure has been filed in the Senate Friday to direct SIM card sellers to require all buyers to present valid IDs before they are sold to avoid unregistered numbers used for unlawful activities. Under Senate Bill No. 1160, Senator Loren Legarda said that users will be required to sign a control-numbered registration form used […]

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Bato

NCPRO Cops Sent to Mindanao Who Went AWOL Face Administrative Charges – Bato

MANILA – Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa on Monday said, “the policemen from the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) who went on AWOL (absent without official leave) for fear of their security, when they were deployed to Mindanao, will be held liable.” According to Dela Rosa, these NCRPO […]

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Police and Military Operatives Arrested Abu Sayyaf Group Bandit

ZAMBOANGA CITY – Combined police and military operatives on Monday arrested a suspected Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) bandit facing a series of criminal cases in the city. Chief Insp. Elmer Solon, a Police Station 4 chief, identified the arrested suspect as Abdul Baliyung alias Majula Gani, 34, a resident of Barangay Sangali, Zamboanga City. Baliyung […]

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