US, Taiwan deployed troops to an archipelago near the South China Sea

(STL.News) Taiwan’s military has dispatched more of Marine Corps to China-claimed Dongsha Islands in the South China Sea after reports surfaced that Beijing is planning to carry out a simulated invasion in the atolls, according to Taiwan News.

Earlier on Thursday, the US defense minister, warned China not to threaten other countries and also guard international routes not to create disputes.

On the same day the PLA Navy will conduct live fire drills near China’s Hainan Island to simulate an invasion of Dongsha Islands.

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EU seeks power to declare health emergency regardless of WHO move

(STL.News) It also comes after the WHO was criticized for having declared the pandemic, which first emerged in China at the end of last year, too late.

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Taiwan – military drills with US troops amid clash with mainland China

(STL.News) Now, Taiwan Issues Rare Confirmation and official, stated That United States Special Operators Are Training On The Island recently.

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United States threatens fresh sanctions against China

(STL.News) Hong Kong’s pro-democracy opposition lawmakers said on Wednesday they would resign in protest against the dismissal of four of their colleagues from the city assembly after Beijing gave local authorities new powers to further curb dissent.

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China’s’ Singles Day: Chinese spend $56 billion on shopping

(STL.News) Singles day is China’s biggest shopping festival.  Chinese citizens spent $56 billion on shopping this time.  Does this signal an economic recovery in China?

WION’s Palki Sharma brings you an assessment.

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India-China agree on a 3-phase plan to move back tanks

(STL.News) According to news agency ANI, India and China have agreed to disengagement from the friction points along the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh.

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Tyson Foods Plans for Production Facilities for Its International Business

Tyson Foods Announces Plans for Additional Production Facilities for Its International Business

Company expanding international production to continue its global growth strategy

SPRINGDALE, AR (STL.News) Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE: TSN) today announced plans to build new production facilities in China and Thailand, and expand its facility in the Netherlands.  The latest expansions, adding over 100,000 metric tons of fully cooked poultry capacity, build on the company’s global growth strategy to become the leader in protein by serving emerging markets and strategic customers.

“Global population and income growth will continue to drive an increased need for protein,” said Dean Banks, president and CEO of Tyson Foods.  “These investments allow us t

US Navy fight against the PLA seeking to sink an American aircraft carrier

US Navy fight against the PLA seeking to sink an American aircraft carrier in South China Sea

(STL.News) Tension heap up, after Chinese admiral and pundit told, that Beijing could resolve China’s territorial disputes, by sinking two United States Navy aircraft carriers in South China Sea areas, and intercept thousands of American sailors in the region.

And The Rear Admiral’s Threat it, isn’t an empty one.  Because The Chinese military has deployed an array of arms, that it acquired specifically, to target American flattops in the territory.

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US carriers activity in south China Sea

US aircraft carriers intercept Beijing in south China Sea amid PLA Long Range Missile Threat

(STL.News) Recently, amid the clashes between the US and China, and The United States carriers, have been able to park relatively close off targeted coastlines, and launch dozens of missiles for sustained aerial fighting in the areas.

The United States Navy has increase the range of its carrier air wings, that submitted up on carriers as the centerpiece of its naval strategy altogether.

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China Deploys Military, Ready to Fight US Over Taiwan Dispute

(STL.News) W4r Is Declared China Deploys Military Power, Ready to Fight US Over Taiwan Dispute – WORLD W4R 3 fears have been synonymous with China in recent years, as tensions with the US in the South China Sea and Taiwan risk unintended conflict. However, this message has not yet reached Beijing, as the Chinese military has dispatched Military Power to Taiwan in increased aggression.

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US approves sale of 4 “Weapons Ready” MQ-9 to Taiwan

(STL.News) The Trump administration has notified Congress that it approved the sale of $600 million in armed MQ-9B drones and related equipment to Taiwan.  The deal will enable Taiwan’s to acquire four “weapons ready” remotely piloted aircraft and related equipment.

This is the latest in a series of arms transfers for the island.

Viewers may note that the US Department of State before this has approved the sale of 11 truck-based rocket launchers made by Lockheed Martin Corp called HIMARS ( High Mobility Artillery Rocket System), 135 AGM-84H Standoff Land Attack Missile Expanded Response (SLAM-ER) Missiles, and 6 MS-110 Recce external sensor pods made by Collins Aerospace for jets in a deal worth $1.8 billion.

The administration has also approved plans for a $2.37 billion sale of Harpoon missile systems to Taiwan