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Philippine vice president blasts 'reckless' Duterte over China deal

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
The vice president of the Philippines on Thursday rebuked the country's leader for being "reckless" in suggesting he would consider ignoring an arbitration ruling in its favor over a territorial dispute with China in order to forge a joint energy deal with Beijing.
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