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Taiwan’s Premier Su Tseng-chang accuses China of psychological warfare

A Chinese warship reportedly came closer than 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) to Taiwan as Beijing continues its military drills. But Taipei said it will not be cowed by its "evil neighbor."

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