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66 Chinese aircraft surround Taiwan in biggest sortie of year

Gulf-Times 11 Jul 2024
Taiwan's defence ministry yesterday said it had detected 66 Chinese military aircraft around the island in a 24-hour window, a record-high this year, a day after it said Beijing was conducting ...
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Record number of Chinese military aircraft surround Taiwan as Beijing conducts war games in the...

The Daily Mail 11 Jul 2024
... with and expressing support for Taipei ... On Thursday, four Chinese coast guard ships 'sailed into (Taiwan's) waters' at 7 am, Taipei's coast guard said, adding that the vessels left after two hours.
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Taiwan: Chinese carrier passes close to Philippines for Pacific drills

Star Advertiser 10 Jul 2024
TAIPEI > Chinese aircraft carrier the Shandong passed close to the northern Philippines on its way to drills in the Pacific, Taiwan’s defence minister said on Wednesday, as Taipei reported dozens of warplanes joining the ship for exercises ... .
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Chinese carrier passes close to Philippines on way to Pacific drills, Taiwan says

Asahi News 10 Jul 2024
TAIPEI--Chinese aircraft carrier the Shandong passed close to the northern Philippines on its way to drills in the Pacific, Taiwan’s defense minister said on Wednesday, as Taipei reported dozens of warplanes joining the ship for exercises.
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Taiwan: Chinese carrier passes close to Philippines on way to Pacific drills

LBC International 10 Jul 2024
The Chinese aircraft carrier the Shandong passed close to the northern Philippines on its way to drills in the Pacific, Taiwan's defense minister said on Wednesday, as Taipei reported dozens of warplanes joining the ship for exercises.
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Supreme Court upholds 12-and-a-half-year jail sentence for Chinese smuggler

Taipei Times 29 Jun 2024
The Supreme Court in Taipei is pictured in an undated photograph ... Prosecutors said that Shen, who had earlier been convicted of drug-related and illegal use of weapons charges, had in May or June 2022 fled Taiwan by ship.
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Taiwan says it expelled 4 Chinese vessels form waters around Kinmen islands

Anadolu Agency 25 Jun 2024
Taiwan on Tuesday said its coast guards expelled four Chinese coast guard ships from waters around Taipei-controlled Kinmen islands, saying the incident was “intended to provoke.”.
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China blames Philippines for ship collision in South China Sea. Manila calls the report deceptive

HJ News 18 Jun 2024
TAIPEI (AP) — A Chinese vessel and a Philippine supply ship collided near the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea on Monday, China’s coast guard said, in the latest flare-up of escalating territorial disputes that have sparked alarm ....
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China blames the Philippines for ship collision in the South China Sea

Taipei Times 17 Jun 2024
By Simina Mistreanu and Jim Gomez / AP, TAIPEI ... The coast guard said a Philippine supply ship entered waters near Second Thomas Shoal (Renai Shoal, 仁愛暗沙), a submerged reef in the Spratly Islands, part of a territory claimed by several nations.
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China blames Philippines for a ship collision in the South China Sea, which Manila says is deceptive

The Call 17 Jun 2024
TAIPEI (AP) — A Chinese vessel and a Philippine supply ship collided near the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea on Monday, China’s coast guard said, in the latest flare-up of escalating territorial disputes that have sparked alarm.
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China says a Chinese vessel and Philippine supply ship collided in the disputed South China Sea

The Call 17 Jun 2024
TAIPEI (AP) — A Chinese vessel and a Philippine supply ship collided near the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea on Monday, China’s coast guard said, in the latest flare-up of escalating territorial disputes that have sparked alarm.
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Coast guard’s new patrol vessel ‘Yunlin’ enters service

Taipei Times 15 Jun 2024
The ship is equipped with three high-pressure water cannons with a range of 120m for dispersal tasks, the Ocean Affairs Council said ... The nation would build 141 new coast guard ships from 2018 to 2027, he added.
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Hsinchu vessel anchored in Honolulu for international operation

Taipei Times 12 Jun 2024
MarineTraffic, an online ship tracker, showed that the Hsinchu departed the Port of Taipei almost two weeks ago and entered Honolulu Harbor on Tuesday.
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The D Brief: Chinese boat in Taiwanese river; Ask AI to 3D-print a drone; Army’s ...

Defense One 11 Jun 2024
... capabilities for amphibious assault ships that can do air assaults against key facilities like the ports and do an assault down the river that sneaks through the island into the heart of Taipei.

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