Xi warned Philippines of war over South China Sea: Duterte
Friday, 19 May 2017 Manila: China's president warned the Philippines that it would go to war if Manila insisted on enforcing an international arbitration decision rejecting China's claims over disputed areas of the South China Sea, the Philippine president said in a televised speech Friday.
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