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U.S. will shoot down any Iranian drones that fly 'too close' to its ships, official says

Reuters Friday, 19 July 2019
The United States will destroy any Iranian drones that fly "too close" to its ships in the Strait of Hormuz and has evidence that it shot down a drone on Thursday, a senior Trump administration official said on Friday.
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News video: US warns it will destroy any Iranian drone too close to its ships

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The United States has warned it will bring down any Iranian drones that fly too close to its ships, following a string of incidents on the world's most vital oil shipping route.

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