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Is China's Fleet of Underwater Ocean Drones for Science, or Military Power?

China has deployed underwater drones -torpedo-shaped vehicles — called Haiyi, or sea wings in Mandarin- in the strategic South China Sea waterway for scientific purposes where they will remain underwater for a month, according to reports. In March, one device...        
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