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Chinese fighter jets in Taiwan’s airspace

To mark China’s National Day, China’s military has sent a record number of aircraft into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) two days in a row. Thirty-nine military aircraft flew into Taiwan’s airspace, 20 on Saturday near the Pratas Islands (Dongsha Islands) and another 19 on Sunday night, the defense ministry in Taipei said on Twitter – more than ever before. Most of the aircraft involved were J-17s and SU-30s.

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