Chinese Coast Guard members, wearing black caps and orange life vests, approach Filipino fishermen as they confront them off Scarborough Shoal at South China Sea in 2015. File photo: AP Chinese Coast Guard members, wearing black caps and orange life vests, approach Filipino fishermen as they confront them off Scarborough Shoal at South China Sea in 2015. File photo: AP
Chinese Coast Guard members, wearing black caps and orange life vests, approach Filipino fishermen as they confront them off Scarborough Shoal at South China Sea in 2015. File photo: AP

South China Sea: Hague case

Filipino fisherman back in disputed South China Sea shoal after Duterte’s Beijing pivot

It’s unclear how long China would keep the shoal open to Filipinos or if there were any conditions attached

Topic |   South China Sea: Hague case
Chinese Coast Guard members, wearing black caps and orange life vests, approach Filipino fishermen as they confront them off Scarborough Shoal at South China Sea in 2015. File photo: AP Chinese Coast Guard members, wearing black caps and orange life vests, approach Filipino fishermen as they confront them off Scarborough Shoal at South China Sea in 2015. File photo: AP
Chinese Coast Guard members, wearing black caps and orange life vests, approach Filipino fishermen as they confront them off Scarborough Shoal at South China Sea in 2015. File photo: AP
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