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US Navy, Coast Guard ships pass through strategic Taiwan Strait

DNA Monday, 25 March 2019
This risks further raising tensions with China but will likely be viewed by self-ruled Taiwan as a sign of support from the US amid growing friction between Taipei and Beijing.
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