Philippines Ready Claim Oil Resources with Military

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Philippines president, Rodrigo Duterte has said that the disputed South China Sea may soon see an escalation in tensions over oil drilling rights between china and the Philippines, while speaking to the public late on Monday.

The president’s comments came after the Filipino leader was criticized for his soft response to china’s movements in the disputed sea.

The dispute also involves territorial claims by Vietnam, Taiwan, Brunei, and Malaysia—in addition to the Philippines and china.

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