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.

    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.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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