Taiwan says contingency plans ready after China stages drills nearby
Taipei, Aug. 17 (CNA) Taiwan military said Tuesday that it has contingency plans in place, following reports earlier in the day that China was conducting military assault drills off the island's southern coasts in response to "provocations" and external "interference."
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