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Philippines, U.S. stage war games in face of China warning

ULUGAN BAY, Philippines (Reuters) - U.S. and Philippine commandos waded ashore on Wednesday in a mock assault to retake a small island in energy-rich waters disputed with China, part of a drill involving thousands of troops Beijing had said would raise the risk of armed conflict.

Philippine, U.S. stage war games as South China Sea tension simmers

ULUGAN BAY, Philippines (Reuters) - Thousands of American and Philippine troops waded ashore on Wednesday in a mock assault to retake a small island in the South China Sea as tensions bubbled over rival claims to disputed areas rich in oil and gas.

Philippines, U.S. stage war games in face of China warning

ULUGAN BAY, Philippines (Reuters) - Thousands of American and Philippine troops waded ashore on Wednesday in a mock assault to retake a small island in energy-rich waters disputed with China, a drill Beijing had said would raise the risk of armed conflict.

Philippines, U.S. stage war games in face of China warning

ULUGAN BAY, Philippines (Reuters) - Hundreds of American and Philippine troops waded ashore on Wednesday in a mock assault to retake a small island in energy-rich waters disputed with China, a drill Beijing had said would raise the risk of armed conflict.

Vietnam hosts naval exchange with US Navy

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) - Vietnam kicked off a week-long naval exchange Monday with the U.S. Navy amid percolating tensions in the South China Sea with China.

From the frying pan into the fire

THIS year’s Asean summit in Phnom Penh was not altogether rehearsed, although it looked familiar enough.

From the frying pan into the fire

THIS year’s Asean summit in Phnom Penh was not altogether rehearsed, although it looked familiar enough.

Iran slams EU oil embargo, warns could hit U.S

TEHRAN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Iran accused Europeans on Monday of waging "psychological warfare" after the EU banned imports of Iranian oil, and U.S. President Barack Obama said Washington would impose more sanctions to address the "serious threat presented by Iran's nuclear program."

Iran slams EU oil embargo, warns could hit US

TEHRAN/BRUSSELS (Reuters): Iran accused Europeans on Monday of waging "psychological warfare" after the EU banned imports of Iranian oil, and U.S. President Barack Obama said Washington would impose more sanctions to address the "serious threat presented by Iran's nuclear program."

Iran slams EU oil embargo, warns could hit U.S.

TEHRAN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Iran accused Europeans on Monday of waging

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