Taiwan says two Chinese bombers flew to its south

A total of nine aircraft which flew in Taiwan's air defence zone. PHOTO: REUTERS

TAIPEI (REUTERS) - Two nuclear-capable Chinese H-6 bombers flew to the south of Taiwan on Sunday (Nov 21), part of a total of nine aircraft which flew in Taiwan's air defence zone, the defence ministry in Taipei said.

The two H-6s flew into the Bashi Channel which separates Taiwan from the Philippines before flying back to China, while the other aircraft flew close to the Taiwan-controlled Pratas Islands, the ministry said in a statement.

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