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Inside Ukraine’s DIY drone revolution

In garages, bedrooms and workshops across Ukraine a small army of amateur enthusiasts has emerged to build and adapt drones capable of taking the fight to the Russians. We explain how the war created this cottage industry, and what motivates the people behind it.

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00:47 - The army of volunteers
03:03 - Ukrainian drone success

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