A KJ-500 is one of the Chinese military jets that flew into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone.

Taiwan has reported the largest ever incursion by the Chinese air force into its air defense zone, with Beijing sending 38 aircraft into the island’s airspace.

The Guardian »

Taipei says Chinese jets and bombers crossed zone as Beijing marked the anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic

A record 38 Chinese military jets crossed into Taiwan’s defence zone as Beijing marked the founding of the People’s Republic of China, officials in Taipei have said.

The show of force on China’s national day on Friday near the self-ruled democratic island, which Beijing claims as part of its territory, came in the same week it accused Britain of sending a warship into the Taiwan strait with “evil intentions”.

France 24 »

Taiwan sharply criticised China on Saturday after Beijing marked the founding of the People’s Republic of China with the largest ever incursion by the Chinese air force into the island’s air defence zone.

DW »

Defense officials have accused Beijing of “damaging regional peace” after China flew an unprecedented 38 military aircraft into the Taiwanese air defense zone, including nuclear-capable bombers.

BBC »

Nuclear-capable bombers were part of China’s record incursion, carried out over two days, Taiwan says.

UPI »

Dozens of Chinese planes enter Taiwan air defense zone, ministry says

Reuters »

Taiwan sharply criticised China on Saturday after Beijing marked the founding of the People’s Republic of China with the largest ever incursion by the Chinese air force into the island’s air defence zone.

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