A radioactive drone landed on the Japanese Prime Minister’s workplace
Japan has a thriller on its arms. A employee has found a drone on prime of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s workplace that was not solely carrying a water bottle, however was marked with a radioactive signal and carried a “miniscule” quantity of radiation, in accordance with officers. Whereas the amount wasn’t sufficient to hurt anybody, the touchdown raised various alarms, as you’ll be able to see by the enormous tarp and swarm of police within the photograph right here. Who was behind it? And the way did they get on to the roof undetected?
There are not any lifeless giveaways as to who’s accountable, however the drone touchdown comes proper as a courtroom accepted the restart of a nuclear energy station. Abe has been eager to revive nuclear energy within the years because the earthquake and tsunami that ruined the Fukushima nuclear reactor, however he nonetheless faces loads of opposition — this might be an consideration-grabbing protest. Whoever’s accountable, the landing might have Japan occupied with tighter restrictions on drone flights round authorities workplaces.
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