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Remote Palawan Could Be Strategic Yet Again

During World War II, Japanese and American troops fought over the strategic Philippine island of Palawan to maintain control of the South China Sea. Seventy years later, the island may again play an important strategic role. VOA's Li Bao traveled to Palawan and filed this report.

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