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Iranian drones embarrassment for Russian defense industry: Mathias Bölinger

Russia is attacking Ukraine's vulnerable civilian infrastructure with drones, knocking out power supply and threatening a hard winter. Iran denies supplying the weaponry, but video evidence points to the contrary.

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