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Vice Adm. Phillip Sawyer told reporters that Washington protested that "unprofessional behavior" by the Chinese ship.
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The Philippines could become embroiled in a conflict because of its 1951 Mutual Defense Treaty with Washington.
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The Balikatan exercises opened with a ceremony at the main Philippine military camp in Manila.
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Top Philippine Officials Tour US Carrier in Disputed Sea
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US Marine Admits Choking Transgender Filipino, Denies Murder
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Philippines' Duterte to US over Aid Issue: 'Bye-bye, America'
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Philippines to Open Base Near Disputed Sea Even Without US
The Philippines will go ahead with a plan to open military camps at Subic Bay facing the disputed South China Sea even if a p...
Philippines Says It Won't Help US Patrols in South China Sea
The Philippine defense secretary said it's highly unlikely his country will allow the U.S. to use it as a springboard for pat...
US Pacific Fleet Chief Joins Surveillance of South China Sea
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Duterte's anti-US Rhetoric not Enough for Communist Rebels
A commander of the New People's Army in the Philippines held a secret news conference in the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Admiral Assures Asian Allies US Forces Ready for Contingency
The new U.S. commander of the Pacific Fleet assured allies Friday that American forces are well equipped and ready to respond...
Philippines to End Assault Drills with US Forces
Duterte has approved the continuation of joint military exercises with U.S. forces, but the number of drills will be reduced.
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