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ISIS planning terror attacks using DRONES and ‘flying suicide bombers’ at World Cup in Russia

  • Apr 6, 2018
  • Categories: Counter Drone News

Chilling images of preparations have emerged on the messaging app Telegram, it has been claimed

ISIS terrorists are preparing for attacks at the World Cup in Russia using drones, it has been claimed.

Sick propaganda has been shared a number of times implying the terror group will target the tournament due to take place in June.

Now chilling images have been shared on the messaging app Telegram which reportedly show preparations for attacks.

They show drones being armed with grenades, missiles and mortars that can be dropped on targets.

Weaponised drones are already being used by ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq.

They are the cheap kind normally used by filmmakers and hobbyists, but with deadly bombs attached.

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