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China demands US halt plan to sell £1.8bn of arms to Taiwan

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News video: Taiwan to buy $2 billion worth of arms from U.S.

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The U.S State Department has approved a sale of around $2 billion worth of arms to Taiwan, including M1A2 Abram tanks and surface-to-air Stinger missiles, according to a news release from the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

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