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US sends Taiwan 2.5 million vaccine doses, tripling pledge

Boston Herald 21 Jun 2021
TAIPEI, TaiwanThe U.S. sent 2.5 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Taiwan on Sunday, tripling an earlier pledge in a donation with both public health and geopolitical meaning ... official in Taiwan, were among those who welcomed the plane on the tarmac at the airport outside of the capital, Taipei.
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The US sent 2.5 million COVID-19 vaccines to Taiwan - more than triple it initially ...

Business Insider 20 Jun 2021
In this photo released by the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, Taiwan's Health Minister Chen Shih-chung, third from left, and Brent Christensen, the top U.S. official in Taiwan, fourth from left, hold up thank you cards as they welcome a China Airlines cargo plane carrying COVID-19 vaccines from Memphis.
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U.S. Sends Taiwan 2.5 Million Vaccine Doses

Time 20 Jun 2021
TAIPEI, TaiwanThe U.S. sent 2.5 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Taiwan on Sunday, tripling an earlier pledge in a donation with both public health and geopolitical meaning ... official in Taiwan, were among those who welcomed the plane on the tarmac at the airport outside of the capital, Taipei.
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U.S. sends Taiwan 2.5 million vaccine doses - tripling its initial pledge after a sudden ...

The Daily Mail 20 Jun 2021
sent 2.5 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Taiwan on Sunday, tripling an earlier donation pledge as the island battles the virus and faces increasing political and military pressure from China ... official in Taiwan ... official in Taiwan ... initially promised 750,000 vaccine doses for Taiwan when the White House sent Sen.
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LinkedIn told a China expert remove all mention of the Tiananmen Square massacre from his ...

Business Insider 17 Jun 2021
LinkedIn told Insider that it needs to enforce Chinese censorship to provide "value" to users there. See more stories on Insider's business page ... China has long sought to suppress discussion of the 1989 protests, as Insider's Alex Ma has reported ... He told Insider, he has no intention of removing the reference from his profile.
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Gilas battles Indonesia in FIBA qualifiers

Manila Bulletin 17 Jun 2021
Kai Sotto (FIBA) ... Nothing is at stake for the Philippines in the 6 p.m ... Indonesia sits in third spot in the group at 1-3 after opening the third window with a 104-81 loss to South Korea Wednesday, June 17 ... Japan and Taiwan try to bounce back from their defeats to China in Group B when they meet in the first game inside the Clark bubble at 2.30 p.m. .
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Taiwan improved, but still bow out without a victory

Taipei Times 16 Jun 2021
Taiwan drew praise for a team effort and momentum on attack that produced a comeback in the second half to level the score at 1-1 ... Taiwan threatened on the attack, but could not finish off their chances ... Tsai said that Taiwan had a chance to go ahead in the first half after he was knocked down inside the area, but the referee ignored the incident.
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An invasion isn't the only threat from China that Taiwan and the US have to ...

Business Insider 16 Jun 2021
"The best way to deter a potential Chinese attack on Taiwan is to prepare for it, and to make it clear to Beijing and specifically Xi Jinping that it would be really dangerous to do it," Ian Easton, the senior director at the Project 2049 Institute, told Insider ... Business Insider.
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A far-flung Taiwan island risks triggering a US-China clash

Live Mint 16 Jun 2021
If all incursions into Taiwan’s air-defense-identification zone between Pratas and the Chinese mainland are included, the patrols have become an almost daily occurrence ... The US has sought to prove its commitment to ensuring the security of key shipping routes inside the so-called first-island chain, which includes the Philippines, Japan and Taiwan.
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Taiwan Air Force Warns China of 'Consequences' As Warplanes Intrude

Newsweek 15 Jun 2021
A rare intercept appeared to capture a Taiwanese radio operator's stark warning to Chinese military aircraft detected inside Taiwan's air defense identification zone on Tuesday ....
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US, China clash as Biden debuts at G7 meeting

Dawn 12 Jun 2021
Yang made similar accusations about the United States in front of cameras during the meeting in Anchorage, taking aback US officials who expected brief, civil remarks but raising his star power inside China. Concern on Taiwan. Blinken also voiced alarm at China’s increasing pressure on Taiwan, including military flights off its coast.
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US, China clash as Biden debuts at G7

The Times of India 12 Jun 2021
The United States and China clashed in rare talks Friday as President Joe Biden made his international debut at the G7 summit, with his administration pressing Beijing on Covid, Taiwan and human rights ... Blinken also voiced alarm at China's increasing pressure on Taiwan including military flights off its coast.
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How China is on the verge of starting a 'grey zone' war with Scott Morrison ...

The Daily Mail 12 Jun 2021
Taiwan's Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said China was likely to launch what is known as a 'grey-zone' war in Australian waters by sending civilian vessels commandeered by the communist nation's navy ... Nations including Taiwan and the Philippines have noted regular incursions inside their official maritime boundaries by civilian Chinese vessels ... .
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Global confidence in the US president jumped 58 points from Trump to Biden in a ...

Business Insider 10 Jun 2021
U.S ... In 12 countries Pew surveyed, a median of 75% expressed confidence in Biden ... See more stories on Insider's business page ... Former President George W ... Canada, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, the UK, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.Read the original article on Business Insider.
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Chinese state media touts amphibious landing drill days after US senators visit Taiwan

Business Insider 09 Jun 2021
See more stories on Insider's business page ... "If anyone dares to separate Taiwan from mainland China, the People's Liberation Army will hit back and be determined to protect national unity and territorial integrity at all costs," ministry spokesman Wu Qian said in a statement.Read the original article on Business Insider.
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