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China May Deploy Nuclear-Armed Submarines Amid Growing Tensions With the US

A Chinese submarine attends an international fleet review on April 23, 2009, off Qingdao in Shandong Province. The Chinese regime may soon deploy nuclear-armed submarines for patrols. (Guang Niu/AFP/Getty Images)
A Chinese submarine attends an international fleet review on April 23, 2009, off Qingdao in Shandong Province. The Chinese regime may soon deploy nuclear-armed submarines for patrols. (Guang Niu/AFP/Getty Images)

The Chinese regime may soon deploy submarines armed with nuclear missiles for patrols in the Pacific Ocean, according to the Guardian. It appears the Guardian’s story...

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