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INQToday: China continues to blame PH for provoking WPS dispute

/ 12:56 PM December 27, 2023

China continues to blame PH for provoking WPS dispute

China continues to blame the Philippines for the dispute in the West Philippine Sea, saying the latter’s change of policy, position, and its refusal to “honor its commitment” violate international law. 

Marcos travel fund up 58% at P 1.408 Billion

President Marcos will have P1.408 billion to spend for his local and foreign trips next year, based on Republic Act No. 11975, or the General Appropriations Act of 2024, which he signed on Dec. 20 in Malacañang.

Inoue knocks out Tapales, becomes undisputed champion anew

Japan’s Naoya Inoue becomes the undisputed world champion at a second weight on Tuesday after knocking out the Philippines’ Marlon Tapales in the 10th round to claim all four super bantamweight belts

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