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Brazil's drones to get best World Cup views

Two $12m aircraft to patrol World Cup venues this summer as part of $1bn security drive to keep tournament safe.

Last updated: 04 Mar 2014 18:18
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Brazil's air force will use two drones to patrol the skies above football matches at the World Cup later this year.

The drones, which cost $12m each, are part of a wider security plan to keep the tournament safe.

The federal government says it is spending a total of $1bn on security measures for the June event.

Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Santa Maria.

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