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FAA allows Amazon to begin testing drones outdoors

Friday 20 March 2015 | 15:59 CET | News
Federal regulators are allowing Amazon to begin testing drones, but it is likely to be years before the online retailer can begin delivering packages from the air to consumers' homes, The New York Times reported. 

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