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Taiwan military soldiers stand guard next to a 155-millimeter howitzer during the Han Kuang 31 live fire drill in Hsinchu, northern Taiwan, on September 10, 2015. President Ma Ying-jeou presided over a live-fire anti-landing drill, part of the annual five-day war games simulating an invasion by China.  AFP PHOTO / Sam Yeh        (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)
Taiwan military soldiers stand guard next to a 155-millimeter howitzer during the Han Kuang 31 live fire drill in Hsinchu, northern Taiwan, on September 10, 2015. President Ma Ying-jeou presided over a live-fire anti-landing drill, part of the annual five-day war games simulating an invasion by China.  AFP PHOTO / Sam Yeh        (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)

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Despite strong opposition from China, the Obama administration authorized a $1.83 billion weapons sale to Taiwan. CNN's Matt Rivers has more.

U.S. sells $1.83 billion of weapons to Taiwan

Despite strong opposition from China, the Obama administration authorized a $1.83 billion weapons sale to Taiwan. CNN's Matt Rivers has more.