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'Technical glitch': eco group's drones stall in bid to shut London's Heathrow airport

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
Climate-change activists who had hoped to bring Europe's biggest airport, London Heathrow, to a standstill on Friday found instead that it was their drones that struggled to get off the ground.
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News video: Ten arrested in connection with Heathrow drone protest

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Climate activists attempt to shut down London's Heathrow Airport with the use of drones. However, their efforts are believed to have been thwarted by the airport's security systems. The activists had been planning to fly drones over the airport's runway, which would have forced a complete shutdown of...

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