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Biden says aerial objects ‘likely tied to private company’

By DW
20 February 2023   |   10:19 am
US President Joe Biden addressed concerns after a Chinese spy balloon was shot down earlier this month. Even less is known about other objects that have been shot down after the spy balloon.

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