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Taiwan found debris of missing Air Force F-16V fighter plane, pilot missing :NRCC

Taipei, Jan 13 (UNI) Taiwan has found debris belonging to an Air Force F-16V fighter plane, which went missing on Tuesday afternoon during a routine training mission but did not find any sign of the pilot.
Debris from an aircraft and aircraft tires were first spotted by a military UH-60M helicopter at around 1048 hours Wednesday, said National Rescue Command Center (NRCC), reports Focus Taiwan.
The military later at 1119 hours confirmed that the debris belonged to the jet with the serial number 6650 piloted by Captain Chen Yi.
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Crackdown on illegal cash transfers in SL

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Finnish Parliament refers NATO proposal to Foreign Affairs panel

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