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Taiwan scrambles jets as China warship enters strait

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Taiwan scrambles jets as China warship enters straitTaiwan scrambled jets and navy ships yesterday as a group of Chinese warships led by China's sole aircraft carrier sailed north through the Taiwan Strait, the latest sign of heightened tensions between Beijing and the self-ruled Taiwan.The...
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Taiwan scrambles jets and navy ships as a group of Chinese warships sail through the Taiwan Strait Wednesday, the latest sign that tension is soaring between Beijing and the self-ruled island state. Graham Mackay reports.

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