Unarmed Israeli aerial drone crashes

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An unarmed Israeli aerial drone crashed in the centre of the country on Sunday. There were no reported injuries.

The Israeli army says that the pilotless plane, capable of flying as far as the Persian Gulf, is the military's largest unarmed aircraft and can fly for over 20 consecutive hours.

Karen Zarindast reports.

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