PHILIPPINES-CHINA-MARITIME-FISHING

This photo taken on September 22, 2023 shows Philippine fishing motherboat "Moises" (C) sailing past a Chinese coast guard ship (background) after the former was blocked from sailing near the Chinese-controlled Scarborough Shoal in disputed waters of the South China Sea. China, which claims sovereignty over almost the entire South China Sea, snatched control of Scarborough Shoal from the Philippines in 2012. Since then, it has deployed coast guard and other vessels to block or restrict access to the fishing ground that has been tapped by generations of Filipinos. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP) (Photo by TED ALJIBE/AFP via Getty Images)
This photo taken on September 22, 2023 shows Philippine fishing motherboat "Moises" (C) sailing past a Chinese coast guard ship (background) after the former was blocked from sailing near the Chinese-controlled Scarborough Shoal in disputed waters of the South China Sea. China, which claims sovereignty over almost the entire South China Sea, snatched control of Scarborough Shoal from the Philippines in 2012. Since then, it has deployed coast guard and other vessels to block or restrict access to the fishing ground that has been tapped by generations of Filipinos. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP) (Photo by TED ALJIBE/AFP via Getty Images)
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