You’ll see a difference in military infrastructural development, Buratai tells Senate, Reps
16 November 2018 | 9:21 am
You'll see a difference in military infrastructural development, Buratai tells Senate, Reps.
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Top US General Mark Milley told Congress that the Defense Secretary and others knew about his call to his Chinese counterpart, to reassure Beijing that former President Donald Trump was not preparing a sudden attack.
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