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Whilst traveling into winds around 19-24 mph, this smooth and compact UAV gives stable and crisp HD video at 4K/30fps or 1080p/96fps, as well as pictures in 12MP Uncooked or JPG format. The onboard digital camera shoots at somewhat scaled-down body as opposed to DJI Phantom four, but offers a rotating module to change the orientation from landscape to portrait, a useful tool for photographers.
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Indonesia: twenty years of reform haven't improved people's lives
Corruption is widespread within the parliament, while political parties are ruled by family dynasties. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Jakarta.
The reinvention of Muqtada al-Sadr, Iraq’s new face of reform
Iraqis are still haunted by memories of black-clad death squads roaming Baghdad neighbourhoods a decade ago, cleansing them of Sunnis as the country was convulsed by sectarian violence. Many of the mass killings in the capital were done in the name of ...
Iraq’s al-Sadr says next government will be ‘inclusive’
We will work toward reform and prosperity.” He did not elaborate, or provide details about what he and al-Abadi discussed. Al-Sadr, whose followers fought U.S. forces in Iraq after the 2003 invasion, won 54 of the chamber’s 329 seats. Al-Abadi’s ...
Iraq’s al-Sadr’s promises for reform are constrained by Iran
BAGHDAD—Iraq’s Muqtada al-Sadr, the maverick Shiite cleric whose political coalition beat out Iran’s favoured candidates to come in first in national elections, says he wants to form a government that puts Iraqis first. The electoral commission ...
Iraq's al-Sadr, promising reform, is constrained by Iran
Iraq's Muqtada al-Sadr, the maverick Shiite cleric whose political coalition beat out Iran's favored candidates to come in first in national elections, says he wants to form a government that puts Iraqis first. The electoral commission announced early ...