Taiwan Residents Watch Military Drills amid China Tensions

9 August 2022 14:31 WIB

Soldiers fire 155mm howitzers during an annual live fire military exercise in Pingtung county, southern Taiwan August 9, 2022. Taiwan began routine military exercises in the southern county of Pingtung on Tuesday (August 9), where soldiers were seen firing artillery to simulate a defence against a Chinese invasion. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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An UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter and an AH-64 Apache helicopter fly over during a military exercise at the Hengchun airport in Pingtung county, southern Taiwan August 9, 2022. The latest exercises come only a day after China announced fresh military drills in the sea and airspace around Taiwan. The Chinese drills are widely seen as a reaction to a high-profile visit by U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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Soldiers fire 155mm howitzers during an annual live fire military exercise in Pingtung county, southern Taiwan August 9, 2022. The drills will again be conducted on Thursday (August 11), according to local media. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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An AH-64 Apache helicopter flies over during a military exercise at the Hengchun airport in Pingtung county, southern Taiwan August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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Soldiers prepare ahead of an annual live fire military exercise with 155mm howitzers in Pingtung county, southern Taiwan August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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An UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter prepares for landing during a military exercise at the Hengchun airport in Pingtung county, southern Taiwan August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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