France stumped by drones over nuclear sites

Officials say they have no clue as to where the 15 drones that flew over dozen sites came from, or who were behind them.

    French security officials are investigating a spate of mysterious drone flights over more than a dozen nuclear power stations.

    Authorities say tiny unmanned drones have flown 15 times over its nuclear sites since early October, and accepted they have no leads where the drones are coming from, or who's behind the flights.

    Al Jazeera's Tim Friend reports from Nogent-sur-Seine.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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