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China vows to hit back at US$750 million US arms sale to Taiwan | Source: South China Morning Post

Beijing has vowed to retaliate against Washington over the approval of the first arms sale to Taiwan by the administration of US President Joe Biden. The Chinese foreign ministry said that the arms sales package was a serious infringement of China’s sovereignty and security interests.

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US’ Biden administration approves 1st arms sale to Taiwan | Source: Anadolu Agency

The Biden administration gave the nod for its first potential arms sale to Taiwan, a deal worth up to $750 million that is likely to further stoke tensions with China. The US sold weapons worth over $4 billion to Taiwan last year, further straining its already tense relations with Beijing, which views the deals as violations of the “One China Policy.”

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Biden approves $735m arms sale to Israel | SOURCE: MIDDLE EAST MONITOR

Smokes rise after airstrikes by Israeli army hit buildings in Gaza City, Gaza on May 16, 2021.

The Biden administration has approved a $735 million arms sale to Israel amid Tel Aviv’s ongoing offensive on the Gaza Strip.

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