More Countries Operating Military Unmanned Aircraft, Study Shows

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A yearlong study of 101 countries around the world concludes that 95 of them have an active inventory of military unmanned air vehicles, up 58% from a decade ago. The Drone Databook produced by the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College in New York says there are a confirmed 21,000 UAVs...

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