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The drill involved the guided-missile destroyer Yinchuan, guided-missile frigate Hengyang, the amphibious dock landing ship Wuzhishan, and the support ship Chagan Hu. In this photo, guided-missile frigate Hengyang (Hull 568) attached to a destroyer flotilla with the navy under the PLA Southern Theater Command fires chaff rounds from the decoy launching system to deploy electromagnetic smoke during a maritime live-fire training exercise in waters of the South China Sea. (China Military/Li Wei/eng.chinamil.com.cn)

China conducts drill in South China sea, US steps up vigil: Report

ANI | , Beijing
PUBLISHED ON FEB 28, 2021 01:19 PM IST
The Chinese military's Southern Theatre Command conducted a live-fire drill to test its response to repeated missile attacks in a "far sea", state broadcaster CCTV reported on Saturday without saying when or where the exercise took place.
Tensions between Washington and Beijing have spiked, as Trump and his aides have complained about China’s early handling of the coronavirus outbreak and its treatment of Hong Kong.(Bloomberg)
Tensions between Washington and Beijing have spiked, as Trump and his aides have complained about China’s early handling of the coronavirus outbreak and its treatment of Hong Kong.(Bloomberg)

US to impose restrictions on additional Chinese media outlets: Sources

Washington, United states | By Reuters | Posted by: Shivani Kumar
UPDATED ON JUN 04, 2020 07:46 AM IST
The designations are expected to include China Central Television (CCTV), the top state-owned network, and China News Service, the country’s second-largest state-owned news agency, two sources said on condition of anonymity.
The United States has been hardest hit in from the deadly coronavirus.(Reuters)
The United States has been hardest hit in from the deadly coronavirus.(Reuters)

Pompeo calls China coronavirus response ‘paltry’ compared to damage done

Washington, United States | By Reuters | Posted by: Shivani Kumar
UPDATED ON MAY 21, 2020 02:49 PM IST
US-China tensions have spiked in recent weeks, with Pompeo and President Donald Trump slamming Beijing’s handling of the outbreak.
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