China vows to safeguard its territorial integrity after South China Sea incident


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The Philippine task force on the South China Sea stated in a statement on Saturday that the incident involved the deployment of water cannons on a civilian boat chartered to replenish troops An aerial view shows the BRP Sierra Madre on the contested Second Thomas Shoal, locally known as Ayungin, in the South China Sea. Reuters File A day after an incident in disputed water of the South China Sea, China’s military ministry warned the Philippines against “provocative” activities and said that they swore to protect its territorial sovereignty on Sunday. “We warn the Philippines to stop making any remarks...