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ASEAN can't give 'instant reply' to Trump's 'generous' sea dispute offer: Cayetano
"If I can help mediate or arbitrate, please let me know ..."
A report from the Associated Press said Southeast Asian leaders were to announce Monday the start of negotiations with China on a so-called "Code of Conduct" in the disputed South China Sea in what they regard as a milestone but some experts dismiss as a non-starter.
In August, ASEAN pushed for a legally binding code despite China's insistence for a document with lesser force.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Xi assured him of China's peaceful intentions in the strategic waterway, where Beijing, the Philippines, Vietnam and three other governments have overlapping claims, during a meeting in Danang, Vietnam, where they attended the annual APEC summit this week.
A source with firsthand knowledge of the investigation told ESPN that the three players could be in Hangzhou for "a week or two".
The two parties said it "is important that we cooperate to maintain peace, stability, freedom of navigation in and overflight above the SCS, in accordance with worldwide law", including the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
The Chinese leader, however, would not back down on Beijing's territorial claim, Duterte said and justified his decision not to immediately demand Chinese compliance with a ruling by a United Nations -linked tribunal that invalidated China's sweeping claims in the South China Sea on historical grounds.
The world is watching the events unfold in China with interest, and speculation over what may happen to them includes everything from a slap on the wrist to 10 years in prison.
Packers RB to miss 3-6 weks with MCL sprain, report says
The Green Bay Packers couldn't avoid injury to a key contributor yet again during their 23-16 win over the Chicago Bears . Fantasy Impact Aaron Jones was operating as the primary Green Bay running back before leaving the game with a knee injury.
Salvation Army begins 2017 kettle campaign
The Windsor branch of the Salvation Army has increased its fundraising goal for this year's Christmas Kettle Campaign . He said the kettle campaign is a special time of year. "There's still a big demand".