Friday September 25, 2020

Irish-made parts found in Sudanese army drone

Parts manufactured by a company in Tralee, Co Kerry, have reportedly been found in a drone used by the Sudanese government in its military campaign against rebels and civilians.

21st April, 2012

Parts manufactured by a company in Tralee, Co Kerry, have reportedly been found in a drone used by the Sudanese government in its military campaign against rebels and civilians in the south of the country.

The makers of a documentary for Channel 4's Unreported World series found parts of a drone, shot down in March close to the border dividing Sudan from the new state of South Sudan, with the words 'Made in Ireland' stamped...

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