Drones are becoming Iran’s weapons of choice

From attempt of killing Iraq’s prime minister to assassinating people has long been the preserve of the most advanced armed forces, such as America’s and Israel’s. Using drones highlights how Iran’s unmanned aerial vehicles are changing the military balance in the Middle East

The attempt on November 7th to kill Iraq’s prime minister, Mustafa al-Kadhimi, was a dramatic demonstration of how such “precision strike” capabilities are spreading to less advanced countries and even shadowy militias.

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