Everyone’s favorite consumer drone company, Parrot, has two new models that will be up for pre-orders next month. And while they’re small in size, they’re definitely big on fun. At just $99, the […]

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Fox NewsUS drone strike kills 10 in Pakistan, Islamabad intelligence officials sayFox NewsFILE: Jan. 31, 2010: An unmanned U.S

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The US carries out its first drone strikes in Pakistan’s tribal north-west for six months, killing at least 16 militants, reports say.

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ReutersKarachi airport attack signals tactical shift by TalibanReutersKARACHI (Reuters) – It was the shoes that betrayed Corporal Faiz Mohammad’s would-be killers. When 10 Taliban militants attacked Pakistan’s busiest airport on Sunday night, sparking a five-hour gun battle that killed at least 34 people, Mohammad and his .

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Aerial view of the Toumba Stadium full of fans and supporters of PAOK during the Greek Cup. Image: ShutterstockDrones are a given in modern international conflicts. Be it the US waging shadow wars against Yemeni insurgents, Israel spying on Iranian nuclear plants, or North Korea using pathetic hobby drones to surveil its Southern neighbour, unmanned aerial vehicles of all shapes and sizes have become staples of modern warfare. Only now, along with other new emerging technologies, drones have found their way to the battlefields of soccer.French national team coach Didier Deschamps is reportedly calling for an investigation into a quadcoptor drone that was spotted spying over his team’s closed training session on Tuesday

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