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Friday, January 25, 2013

Philippines Aims to Drill in South China Sea

Philippines Aims to Drill in South China Sea
Voice of America
MANILA — This week, the Philippines announced it will take China to an international arbitration tribunal because of Beijing's claim of nearly the entire South China Sea. The years-old squabble has long deterred most oil and gas prospectors from the ...
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Voice of America
Philippines Holds Key Rate as Inflows Spur Risk of Asset Bubble
The Philippines refrained from cutting benchmark borrowing costs and moved to reduce the rate on special deposit accounts to curb capital inflows that threaten to create asset-price bubbles. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas kept the rate it pays lenders for ...
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US Navy Ship Runs Aground Off The Philippines
The Atlantic Wire
A Naval minesweeping ship is turning into an environmental hazard after it was heavily damaged when it struck a coral reef off the coast of Palawan in the Philippines. The USS Guardian became stranded on the reef last week, but has recently begun to ...
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The Atlantic Wire
Canadian man who killed 2 in Philippines court shooting a former BC reporter
Global BC
John Pope is shown in a 1979 file photo. Former colleagues believe Pope, the Canadian man who killed two people in a courtroom in the Philippines before being gunned down by police, worked at a northern British Columbia newspaper three decades ago.
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MV-22 Ospreys conduct training in the Philippines
Marines load an MV-22 Osprey prior to conducting low-altitude flight training Jan. 23 on Antonio Bautista Air Base in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines. Three Ospreys conducted the training, marking the Marine Corps' first Osprey ...
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Seven from Philippines dead in Algeria carnage
Ahram Online
A seventh worker from the Philippines has been confirmed killed in last week's siege by Islamist militants of a remote natural gas plant in Algeria, the foreign department in Manila said Thursday. The remains were identified by his British employers ...
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Philippines Approves Bill On Compensation To Victims Of Martial Law
International Business Times
The Philippine Congress approved a bill late Wednesday awarding compensation to thousands of victims of martial law during former President Ferdinand Marcos' rule. RELATED. 2 Killed As Canadian Opens Fire In Philippine Court 2 Killed As Canadian ...
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Legitimate right of Philippines to bring sea dispute to arbitration: Thai DPM
Channel News Asia
SINGAPORE: Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister believes it is the right of the Philippines to bring its dispute with China over the South China Sea to arbitration. Speaking on the sidelines of the Singapore-Thailand Civil Service ...
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Philippines to sue US military over coral damage
ABC Online
The Philippines says it plans to sue the United States military for damages after an American warship ran aground on a coral reef in a protected marine park in the country's south-west. Manila says it'll fine the United States approximately $US625 per ...
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Renewables create wealth, generate jobs
Renewables, for example, spend more on hiring people; have a higher domestic content than conventional fossil fuel in the Philippines; and often produce higher-value, better paying, cleaner, healthier jobs. A 10-Megawatt (MW) solar plant employs 1,000 ...
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