China deploys NUCLEAR BOMBERS over islands in major WW3 taunt

Monday, July 17, 2017
By Paul Martin

CHINA has flown six nuclear capable bombers over a set of disputed islands in a major World War 3 taunt.

By Rachel O’Donoghue
17th July 2017

The H-6K bombers did a number of drills over the Bashi Channel and Miyako Straight in the last few days and sparked outrage in Japan.

But the territory sits right between the Sakishima islands and Okinawa, which links to the Japanese mainland.

The Channel is also of huge importance in terms of global trade with world powers jostling for control of its fish stocks and for its access to shipping lanes.

But Beijing has taunted its Japanese neighbours, telling them to “get used to it”.

A spokesman for the Chinese Government said: “[Our] air force over the past week conducted multiple drills far out at sea, with H-6K bombers and many other types of aircraft flying through the Bashi Channel and Miyako Strait, testing actual battle capabilities over the sea.”

They added the move was part of “routine exercises”.

And Colonel Ren Guoqiang Guoqiang told Chinese media: “It is legitimate for Chinese military planes to fly through the strait, and more similar training will be conducted on the high seas as needed.

“The parties concerned don’t need to overact and make a great fuss about it.”

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