An H-6K aircraft takes part in training exercises in the South China Sea in November 2017. Four of the bombers were reportedly part of a group of Chinese planes that entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Friday. Photo: Xinhua An H-6K aircraft takes part in training exercises in the South China Sea in November 2017. Four of the bombers were reportedly part of a group of Chinese planes that entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Friday. Photo: Xinhua
An H-6K aircraft takes part in training exercises in the South China Sea in November 2017. Four of the bombers were reportedly part of a group of Chinese planes that entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Friday. Photo: Xinhua
Taiwan

Taiwan reports largest ever incursion by Chinese air force

  • 20 warplanes entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone soon after the island sealed a new coastguard deal with the US
  • Taiwan’s air force has deployed missiles to ‘monitor’ the incursion, its defence ministry said.

Topic |   Taiwan
An H-6K aircraft takes part in training exercises in the South China Sea in November 2017. Four of the bombers were reportedly part of a group of Chinese planes that entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Friday. Photo: Xinhua An H-6K aircraft takes part in training exercises in the South China Sea in November 2017. Four of the bombers were reportedly part of a group of Chinese planes that entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Friday. Photo: Xinhua
An H-6K aircraft takes part in training exercises in the South China Sea in November 2017. Four of the bombers were reportedly part of a group of Chinese planes that entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Friday. Photo: Xinhua
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