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China holds military drills after US approves arms sale to Taiwan

Al Jazeera Sunday, 14 July 2019
Move comes as Taiwanese president seeks to bolster ties with Caribbean allies amid diplomatic struggle with China.
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News video: China Accuses U.S. Of Violating Law Over Arms Sale To Taiwan

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China previously announced it would impose sanctions against U.S. companies involved in the arms sales to Taiwan.

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