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INQToday: LTO suspends driver’s license of suspect in Edsa-Ayala road rage

/ 12:17 PM May 30, 2024

Here’s a quick roundup of today’s top stories:

China to PH: No need to worry over new SCS detention policy

The Philippines need not fret about China’s new regulations in the South China Sea as long as no “illicit” acts will be committed, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning said.


In a regular press conference on Wednesday, Mao insisted that the regulations rolled out by China Coast Guard, which is set to take effect on June 15, aim to “standardize the administrative law-enforcement procedures and better uphold order at sea.”


Zambales fishers defy China ban in West PH Sea

Filipino fishermen said they were defying China’s fishing ban in the South China Sea that included large swatches of the West Philippine Sea, and a senior Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) officer on Wednesday condemned Beijing’s unilateral imposition.

Boat skipper Joel Banila, 39, told the Inquirer in an interview that he and his crew of 15 managed to fish near Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal, also known as Bajo de Masinloc, before returning to Subic town in Zambales province on Tuesday afternoon.

LTO suspends driver’s license of suspect in Edsa-Ayala road rage

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) on Wednesday summoned the registered owner of the vehicle involved in a road rage incident in Makati City that resulted in the fatal shooting of an individual.

In a statement, LTO chief Vigor Mendoza II said the registered car owner was identified as from Las Piñas City. The owner was ordered to appear before the LTO-National Capital Region office to explain the incident with a notarized affidavit.

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