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ISIS uses exploding drones to kill Kurdish troops in first successful attack of its kind

For the first time ISIS has successfully used an explosive drone on the battlefield, raising questions about preparedness in the U.S. military and among its allies to combat these new airborne threats. ISIS has repeatedly tried to use weaponized drones, but an attack on Kurdish forces in Northern Iraq on October 2 was the first attack to successfully cause casualties. Kurdish forces reportedly grounded a small drone on the battlefield and brought it back to their base to examine it.
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