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Brink of World War 3: Chinese jets ‘tracked by missiles’ after entering enemy territory

The show of force comes after China, which claims the island as its own, condemned the visit after a period of sharply deteriorating relations between Beijing and the US. China, which threatened unspecified retaliation to the trip, flew J-11 and J-10 fighter aircraft briefly onto Taiwan’s side of the sensitive and narrow strait that separates it from its giant neighbour, at around 9am (1am GMT), shortly before Mr Azar met Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen.

The aircraft were tracked by land-based Taiwanese anti-aircraft missiles and were “driven out” by patrolling Taiwanese aircraft, the air force said in a statement released by the defence ministry.

China’s defence ministry did not immediately comment.

MORE: https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1320857/china-news-world-war-3-taiwan-missile-ww3

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