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Marcos sees sustained peace, stability in South China Sea with PH-US-Japan alliance

President Marcos expressed optimism on Saturday (Manila time) that the Philippines’ trilateral alliance with the United States and Japan would usher in sustained peace and stability in the South China Sea. During his meeting with US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin III at the Pentagon in Washington DC, Mr. Marcos said the result of his historic trilateral summit with US President Joe Biden and Japan Prime Minister Fumio Kishida would provide...

Biden to Marcos: Attack in WPS to trigger MDT

US President Joe Biden on Thursday reaffirmed defense commitments to Japan and...

Experts press for economic Cha-cha as more Pinoys back lifting of restrictions

Experts pressed for lifting of economic restrictions in the 1987 charter in...

Nuke power project moving forward–Marcos

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Friday (Manila time) said the government is...

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DepEd: Asynchronous classes April 15 to 16

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$100-b windfall seen from trilateral summit

The Philippines is poised to receive a $100-billion (P5.65 trillion) windfall of investments from both the United States and Japan in the next 5...

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