Iran's Army of Drones, Target of Syria Strike: Rising Force or Limited Threat?

Tehran flaunts its drones' advanced capabilities, but the West seems dismissive. The limitations of the aircraft force Iran to base them in Iraq and Syria

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"Shahed 129" (Witness 129) being shown in Tehran, September 27, 2013.
"Shahed 129" (Witness 129) being shown in Tehran, September 27, 2013.Credit: AFP PHOTO / SEPAH NEWS
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