Iran denies its drone violated Bahrain's airspace

By REUTERS
May 23, 2013 20:54

 
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Iran denied on Thursday that one of its drones had violated the airspace of Bahrain, home to the US Navy's Fifth Fleet, Iranian media reported.

Bahrain's Information Minister Samira Rajab told Reuters on Thursday that an unmanned spy drone was found in the Gulf waters between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. The incident could further inflame tensions between the two countries.

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