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China flaunts its mighty missiles on state TV as Beijing urges North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions amid growing military tension.

China Central Television yesterday revealed footage of deadly weapons
One of the missiles, said to be DF-21, is dubbed ‘the killer of aircraft carrier’
Programme also reported on the ‘intensive’ mock battles by Chinese army
Tensions are high with North Korea warning of a nuclear attack on the US
China has urged Kim Jong-un to halt his nuclear programme in exchange for greater protection from Beijing

By Tracy You For Mailonline and Emily Crane For Dailymail.com

China has flexed its military muscle on state television as tensions escalate between the US and North Korea.

China Central Television (CCTV) yesterday revealed footage of the country’s various missiles in a daily military programme.

According to media, one of the weapons featured in the programme was DF-21 missile. The anti-ship ballistic missile boasts a firing distance of up to 1,926 miles (3,100km) and has been dubbed ‘the killer of aircraft carrier’.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4409152/China-flaunts-rows-mighty-missiles-state-TV.html#ixzz4eAz8MZ5z
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