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Is Iran’s new drone factory in Tajikistan a threat? - analysis

What is the point of making new drones in Tajikistan? Is it for the Tajiks, or is it for export?

More drones, artificial intel to be used in naval cooperation in Red Sea

The US may be relying on cooperation in the Middle East to allow it to focus on Asia, especially China.

Death of journalist in raid raises questions about IDF use of hi-tech - analysis

Even if Israel is in the wrong and Israeli troops killed a journalist that doesn’t mean that releasing details and admitting to faults isn’t worthwhile.

Russia-Ukraine War: Ukraine tried, failed retaking Snake Island, says Russia

The Russian Defense Ministry accused Ukraine of trying to retake Snake Island in a "PR campaign" ahead of Victory Day but said it failed and cost them severely.


Ukraine: 3 Russian ships by Snake Island destroyed with Bayraktar drone - report

Snake Island, also known as Zmiinyi Island, has become a symbol of Ukrainian resistance against the Russian invasion.


How concerned should we be about the Iranian drone threat?

MILITARY AFFAIRS: Iran set its goal as perfecting several cheap kamikaze munitions, called “loitering munitions,” which are a combination of drone and cruise missile technology.

Israel Aerospace Industry's Heron TP drone

Drones participate in Independence Day flyover for first time

The flyover will take place on Thursday beginning at 9.30 AM from Ramat David Air Base in northern Israel and will pass over dozens of cities and major points in the country.

US House of Representatives passes the Stop Iranian Drones Act

The Stop Iranian Drones Act makes it the responsibility of the US to prevent Iran and Iranian-aligned terror groups from acquiring drones.

Chinese drone manufacturer DJI suspends operations in Russia

DJI's suspension comes as a surprising change in the Chinese approach to the conflict, marking the first time any major Chinese company has taken action against Russia.

Western countries see Ukraine's drone use as future of war - analysis

What matters now is not what was in Ukraine’s inventory in late February when the invasion began, but rather how Ukraine is acquiring new drones as the war continues.

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