The two Monitoring, Control, and Surveillance (MCS) vessels are meant to run after local and foreign poachers in Philippine waters
'Our tuna fishers are doing this to avert the impact of warming oceans because of climate change,' says Wilfredo Chavenia, chair of the Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Management Council in Tiwi town
Environment Undersecretary Arturo Valdez says fish pen permits will not be renewed for a year to give Laguna Lake a healing period
Sebanyak 7 ton ikan dicuri dari Perairan Nusa Tenggara Timur sepanjang 2016
The fishermen are now in a temporary shelter pending their deportation to China
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'Tidak bisa menunjukkan kelengkapan surat yang sah, kasus ini akan terus diproses dan diselidiki lebih lanjut'
The technology, known as Global Fishing Watch, is officially released to the public during the Our Oceans Conference
Duterte says he will also ask Chinese officials about reports of new construction activities in Scarborough Shoal
Since elected, President Joko Widodo has intensified a campaign to exercise Indonesia's maritime sovereignty and has sunk and blown up scores of foreign vessels
The community sharing of by-catch helps each household put food on the table, but when will the government help the tuna industry for the long term?
The Department of Labor order covering handline fishing is without teeth absent sweeping inspections across the tuna industry
Boats from a number of countries, including China, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines and Malaysia, are already sunk as part of the campaign
Once our President makes a decision, it will be binding on us, on our children, and on our children's children. I do hope we get the answer right, before it is too late.
Pembangunan fasilitas militer di Pulau Natuna pasca terjadi pelanggaran teritori laut oleh Tiongkok.
The Chinese fishermen are charged for poaching, gathering and possession of precious corals, and use of destructive gears in Philippine waters
Dumanjug Mayor Nelson Garcia won't be in the position to make good on his threat
The commander of the Indonesian navy's western fleet said he suspected the incursions were 'structured', indicating the Chinese government had 'given its blessing'
'The shooting was definitely according to procedure'
(UPDATED) Beijing's foreign ministry accuses Indonesian naval ships of harassing Chinese fishermen in the South China Sea
Overfishing to meet the demands of a fast-growing population and Chinese restaurants around the region is a key factor in the decline, says Gregorio dela Rosa, a marine biologist with Haribon
The international treaty, called the Port State Measures Agreement, becomes legally binding in 29 countries
'We have made stern representations with Indonesia concerning this matter,' says a peeved Chinese official
Senator-elect Francis Pangilinan says the Philippines should prioritize the concerns of fishermen and modernize the fishing industry
Traveler Potpot Pinili trails special dorado catchers in Batanes, following ancient fishing traditions called 'kapayvanuvanua'
(UPDATED) The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and the Philippine Coast Guard intercept 2 Chinese fishing vessels flying inverted Philippine flags – seen as a means to hide their true identity
Taiwanese company Formosa is suspected to be behind a toxic leak that hit the fishing industry along the central coast
The study is yet to be peer-reviewed, but the center took the unusual step of releasing it early because the reef is in such a dire predicament
It will also allow Indonesia to accurately monitor its remote territory, including in the South China Sea where Indonesian and Chinese vessels clashed last month
The incident happened just weeks after a confrontation between vessels from the two countries caused tensions
It was the latest salvo in a rare public row between the nations, which began two weeks ago when Indonesian and Chinese vessels clashed near Indonesia's Natuna Islands
It was the latest example of Jakarta taking a tougher approach to defending its waters
Two Taiwanese fishing boats were allegedly chased and shot by an Indonesian patrol boat, claims which Indonesia denies
Tiongkok merasa nelayan mereka menangkap ikan di area yang legal dan disebut "traditional Chinese fishing ground".
8 crew members of the Chinese fishing vessel were detained before the coastguards intervened, a Chinese envoy said, and urged Jakarta to let them go
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'We respect a big country like China, and China should also respect the sovereignty of Indonesia and respect that we are at war with illegal fishing'
(UPDATED) Argentina's coast guard sinks a Chinese fishing boat that attacked when authorities tried to stop it for illegal fishing in the South Atlantic
Ini adalah kali pertama penenggalaman kapal ilegal pada 2016
Analysts say it is an important step to defuse tensions over maritime disputes in the region
The action plan 'will help ensure the security of the region’s food supply by addressing illegal, unregulated, and unreported fishing, among others,' says Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario
7 Vietnamese fishermen who allegedly caught manta rays, tuna, and shark meat and fins in Philippine waters are arrested
(UPDATED) Six coastguard vessels and a team of rescue divers have been dispatched to the scene of the crash to search for the missing
Greenpeace said the Shuen De Ching No. 888, reportedly a Taiwanese-flagged tuna longliner, was operating in international waters near PNG when activists boarded it
It is still unclear how many were on board the South Korean fishing charter boat
Overall local production drops 33% in H1 due to the prolonged dry season, global decline in tuna catch, and Indonesian restrictions on foreign fishing vessels
The amended Fisheries Code has saved the Philippines from losing billions of pesos in fish exports to the European Union, groups remind those against the new rules
A local court issued a release order June 8, on the request of the fishermen's lawyer, in accordance with procedure