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American UAV Said To Be Attracting Attention From China, Russia

April 20 2012


China and Russia are said to be interested in viewing the wreckage of a U.S. stealth drone that crashed last year in Iran, reports the U.S.-based Global Post.

The story was first reported by the Iranian Fars new agency, which said that China and Russia had contacted Iran over the UAV.

The Lockheed Martin RQ-170 drone fell into Tehran's hands last December. Little is confirmed about the incident; Tehran said it used electronic warfare to bring down the craft, while the U.S....

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