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US greenlights $1.1 billion arms deal with Taiwan

By DW
05 September 2022   |   7:19 am
A potential deal to supply weapons to Taiwan has been approved by the US State Department. It includes the sale of anti-ship and air-to-air missiles as well as a radar surveillance system.

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