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Vietnamese and Philippine naval personnel played football, volleyball and tug of war Sunday in a rare display of camaraderie in the South China Sea, where their territorial rifts with China have flared alarmingly.
 

Several families of those aboard Flight MH370 on Sunday launched a drive to raise US$5 million to reward any insider who comes forward and resolves the mystery of the plane's disappearance exactly three months ago.
 

A huge submarine deal is on the table this week when Japan and Australia meet to shore up their military relationship, as the security architecture of the Asia-Pacific shifts to meet the challenge of a rising China.
 

Several families of those aboard Flight MH370 on Sunday launched a drive to raise US$5 million to reward any insider who comes forward and resolves the mystery of the plane's disappearance exactly three months ago.
MH370 families raise funds to find 'whistleblower'

 

The search for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 is to remain in the southern corridor despite the failure to locate the aircraft's black box in the southern Indian Ocean.
 

A Russian fighter jet intercepted an American reconnaissance plane in international airspace over the Pacific in late April, prompting top officials to complain to senior Russian military officials, a Pentagon spokesman said Tuesday.
 

A Hague-based tribunal has asked China to submit evidence defending its territorial claims in the South China Sea within six months despite Beijing's refusal to respond to a Philippine complaint questioning the legality of Beijing's claims.
 

The newly appointed head of Japan's top business lobby said Tuesday he wants to play a greater role in helping the country improve its badly frayed relations with China.
 

Indonesia admitted Tuesday that reporters had been allowed to listen in on a conversation between its president and Australia's prime minister aimed at improving relations, but insisted it had been a mistake.
 

China denounced Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Sunday for “provocative” remarks accusing Beijing of destabilizing actions in contested Asian waters.
 
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