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KUALA LUMPUR: Some RM171.2mil worth of goods have been seized from smuggling activities and illegal fishing for the first six months of this year, says Comm Datuk Seri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani.
MANILA: China has refused a third party investigation into the June 9 sinking of a Philippines boat at Recto Bank in the West Philippine Sea.
MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has walked back statements that China can fish in Philippine waters after he was accused of waiving his country’s rights to its territories, which his critics say exposes him to impeachment.“The President will not relinquish our sovereign rights over our country’s exclusive economic zone,” Duterte’s spokesman Salvador Panelo said in a statement early yesterday.
Manila: China and the Philippines agreed to conduct a joint inquiry over the sinking of a Filipino fishing boat by a Chinese vessel in disputed waters, President Rodrigo Duterte’s spokesman said.
Manila: The sinking of a Filipino fishing boat by a Chinese vessel in the disputed South China Sea was “just a collision”, Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte said as he moved to soothe anger over the crash.
Beijing: The sinking of a Filipino fishing boat by a suspected Chinese trawler in disputed waters was described by Beijing as an ordinary maritime accident, after Manila accused the alleged Chinese crew of cowardice for fleeing the scene.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China is ready to use rare earths to strike back in a trade war with the United States, Chinese newspapers warned on Wednesday in strongly worded commentaries on a move that would escalate tensions between the world's two largest economies.
China accounted for seven out of every 10 tonnes of rare earth elements mined worldwide last year and was the biggest exporter to America As trade tensions have escalated, analysts are questioning whether Beijing will use its dominance of the industry as a check on US tariffs
Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh): Bangladesh authorities prevented 84 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar from attempting a perilous boat journey to Malaysia, officials said.
EXCLUSIVE: GEORGE TOWN: It could be punishing, and sometimes even life-threatening, for Indonesians to sneak illegally into Malaysia. And when they want to leave, they would have to pay a price to access secure routes home.