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Two Vietnamese fishermen dead in Philippine navy chase

Two Vietnamese fishermen dead in Philippine navy chase

September 25, 2017

MANILA, Sept 25 — Two Vietnamese fishermen were found dead and five others arrested after a sea chase ended in a collision in Philippine waters at the weekend, authorities said this morning. A Philippine patrol ship pursued six Vietnamese fishing boats 30 nautical miles off the northern coastal town of Bolinao, a regional military spokesman told AFP. Officials are investigating the cause of the pair’s death, but their bodies were found after a Vietnamese boat slammed into the... Read more

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