China to conduct live fire drills, test new weapons in response to THAAD

By REUTERS
April 27, 2017 11:00
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BEIJING - China will continue to conduct live fire drills and test new weapons to safeguard its national security, the country's defense ministry said on Thursday when asked about the deployment of the US anti-missile defense system THAAD in South Korea.

Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun made the comment at a monthly news briefing in Beijing

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