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  1. Spain relinquishes to the United States all title and claim of title, which she may have had at the time of the conclusion of the Treaty of Peace of Paris, to any and all islands belonging to the Philippine Archipelago, lying outside the lines described in Article III of that Treaty and particularly to the islands of Cagayan, Sulu and Sibutu ...

  2. The Paris Agreement, recently ratified by the President and concurred in by the Senate, is an ambitious and historic step in this direction. The Philippines played a key role in the creation of the Agreement. The Paris Agreement enshrines several elements that are extremely important for the Philippines. First of

  3. The Treaty of Paris of 1898 ( Filipino: Kasunduan sa Paris ng 1898; Spanish: Tratado de París de 1898) was a treaty signed by Spain and the United States on December 10, 1898, that ended the Spanish–American War. Under it, Spain relinquished all claim of sovereignty over and title to Cuba and also ceded Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines ...

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  5. 628 (1969-1973). The Philippine Treaty Limits boundary lines roughly form the shape of a rectangular frame, with the longitudinal and latitudinal lines specified in Art. III of the Treaty of Paris. See Treaty of Paris, supra note 2; see also, JORGE R. COQUIA, SELECTED ESSAYS ON THE LAW OF THE SEA 7 (1982).

  6. And tagalog version sets out a preamble in philippines in which are living. All philippine preamble tagalog version sets out. Linda Stanfield, who kindly gave permission to act her collection of photographs from the Japanese Propaganda Corps. But with all quiet, and hold out its constitution philippine preamble tagalog version sets out this

  7. Title: Treaty of peace (Treaty of Paris) Author: Treaties and Other International Agreements of the United States of America 1776-1949 (Bevans) Subject

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