An intelligence analysis provided by ImageSat International (ISI) shows that Beijing seems to have removed missile systems from the disputed Woody Island. Photo: ISI An intelligence analysis provided by ImageSat International (ISI) shows that Beijing seems to have removed missile systems from the disputed Woody Island. Photo: ISI
An intelligence analysis provided by ImageSat International (ISI) shows that Beijing seems to have removed missile systems from the disputed Woody Island. Photo: ISI

China ‘removes missile systems’ from disputed South China Sea island – but sends warning to US

Satellite images suggest missiles have been moved or hidden, observers say, as foreign ministry says it will not bow to threats of US ramping up patrols

Topic |   US-China relations
An intelligence analysis provided by ImageSat International (ISI) shows that Beijing seems to have removed missile systems from the disputed Woody Island. Photo: ISI An intelligence analysis provided by ImageSat International (ISI) shows that Beijing seems to have removed missile systems from the disputed Woody Island. Photo: ISI
An intelligence analysis provided by ImageSat International (ISI) shows that Beijing seems to have removed missile systems from the disputed Woody Island. Photo: ISI
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