The South China Sea has been the scene of geopolitical power struggles for years: although other countries – Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam, Japanese islands – also border the area, China claims almost the entire sea area for itself. Beijing is trying to bolster this claim by building artificial islands with military bases on them. Now a mysterious airship has been sighted in the region.
Photos are circulating on social networks that are said to have been taken in the northern Philippine region of Luzon. It shows: an aircraft in the shape of a cigar, apparently operating at a high altitude, with several fins on the back. The site of the sighting and previous reports of PLA airship projects have fueled speculation that it could be new Chinese spy technology.
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