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TATV - Newsround May 27: the growing threat of bird strikes

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This edition of TATV Newsround looks at the growing threat of bird strikes, specifically in Nigeria - airports editor Chloe Greenbank talks to the experts about wildlife management.

Neelam Matthews reports from New Delhi and finds out how drones, tried and tested in Africa, along with indigenous UAS are helping take vaccines and medicines to remote communities.

In Dubai TWO 'live' in-person shows have taken place over the past two weeks and GCC correspondent Jill Stockbridge walks the floors at both, while Alan Peaford shares the grief of those in the region who forked out deposits for a supersonic business jet and now see their dreams in tatters.

Marcelle Nethersole delivers the news headlines from the emerging markets regions as we look forward to more events – AviaDev for Africa and MRO Middle East in the UAE.

TATV Newsround is sponsored by World Defense Show 

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