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China conducts military drills around Taiwan as tensions rise
China has begun three days of military exercises around Taiwan, which comes in response to the US meeting Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen. China considers Taiwan as its own territory and has not renounced the use of force to bring it under its control. The Chinese People's Liberation Army's Eastern Theatre Command warned of "collusion and provocation" and announced it had begun combat readiness patrols and Joint Sword exercises around Taiwan. In response, Taiwan's Defense Ministry said it has activated its missile defense system and begun air and sea patrols to track Chinese aircraft. On Saturday, Taiwan reported that 71 Chinese military aircraft crossed the sensitive median line of the Taiwan Strait, and as of Saturday afternoon, the defense forces had detected 71 Chinese aircraft and 9 vessels involved in the exercises.
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CNN — ‘I cried when I saw my mom’: Ukrainian children on return to Kyiv after time in Russian hands
A group of 31 Ukrainian children have been reunited with their families after they were taken from their homes and moved to Russian-occupied territories. Save Ukraine, a humanitarian organization, coordinated the reunions and claims to have completed five missions bringing home Ukrainian children it says were forcibly deported by Russia. The children, who had been separated from their families for months, crossed the border by foot a day earlier and were met by volunteers before being put on the bus to the Ukrainian capital. One of the women traveling with the party – a grandmother – passed away during the journey. Allegations of forced deportation of children from Ukraine to Russia form the basis of war crimes charges brought against Russian President Vladimir Putin and a senior official, Maria Lvova-Belova, by the International Criminal Court last month. Russia has denied any wrongdoing, claiming it is bringing Ukrainian children to safety.
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