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February 14 2018
Ulrich Steppler Police begin using drones

Germany - Arnecke Sibeth

The State of Hesse has decided to implement the use of drones. For this purpose, the police acquired four drones to help with their work in the region starting in February 2018. In order to operate the drones, each of the eight future drone pilots must complete a two-week workshop containing theoretical and practical modules. The drones will be used at accident sites and crime scenes in particular.

Authors: Ulrich Steppler, Sophia Iwantscheff
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Oshokha Michael Momoh Liberalising aviation in Africa: the Yamoussoukro Decision

International - George Etomi & Partners

The African Union endorsed the Yamoussoukro Decision in 2000 and it became fully binding in 2002. Its rationale was the need to foster socio-economic development in Africa – policymakers recognised that aviation and a competitive aviation market could be decisive for unlocking Africa's economic potential. However, the agreement has not been fully implemented by its signatories.

Author: Oshokha Michael Momoh
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