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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

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A Chinese drone can be seen in the middle of the photo as it flies over The Sahara Desert.

HONG KONG - The Rick Shaw National News Agency of China has noted that China is pulling out all of the stops in its drone production.

The Republic of China is going full speed ahead with its manufacturing of surveillance drones which are capable of flying distances as far as 2,000 miles.

China has stated that as of right now, they have 819 drones up in the air and their goal is to have a total of 3,000 by Cinco de Mayo (May 5).

The United Nations has asked that China cut that number down to 1,500, but a spokesperson for the Chinese leader replied in no uncertain terms that's just not going to happen.

SIDENOTE: The Rick Shaw writes that some of the drones that China possesses are so powerful that they can actually see a gnat's belly button from 27,000 feet up in the sky.

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