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BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Thursday that online comments calling on the government not to help the typhoon-struck Philippines did not reflect most Chinese people's view, as it announced a further $1.64 million in aid.
BEIJING, Nov 14, 2013 (AFP) - China is to increase its aid to the typhoon-pummelled Philippines, officials said after criticism of its initial modest response, but some Chinese web users called Thursday for it not to help at all.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is preparing to send up to 1,000 troops as well as naval vessels and aircraft to the Philippines to help with disaster relief following Typhoon Haiyan, in what could be Tokyo's biggest postwar military deployment.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong blocked a group of Chinese activists from embarking upon what was believed to be a voyage to disputed islands in the East China Sea on Wednesday, preventing a diplomatic run in with Japan.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will set up a new "state security committee" as it seeks to tackle growing social unrest and unify the powers of a disparate security apparatus in the face of growing challenges at home and abroad, the government said on Tuesday .
BEIJING (Reuters) - China may have wasted the chance to build goodwill in Southeast Asia with its relatively paltry donation to the Philippines in the wake of a devastating typhoon, especially with the United States sending an aircraft carrier and Japan ramping up aid.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Two tanker hijackings in about a month in the South China Sea and Malacca Strait, a route for about a quarter of sea borne oil trade, have fuelled fears piracy could be on the rise in the area, potentially driving up ship insurance premiums.
TACLOBAN (Philippines)(AFP): US military planes Monday joined a frantic effort to rescue famished survivors of a monster typhoon that may have killed 10,000 people in the Philippines, as local security forces struggled to contain looting.
Tacloban: Philippines rescue workers struggled to bring aid to famished and destitute survivors Monday after a super typhoon that may have killed more than 10,000 people, in what is feared to be the country's worst natural disaster.