Footballers like England star forward Harry Kane will reportedly be targeted by the lethal drones at this summer’s tournament ISIS are reportedly planning on dropping bombs on players and fans at the World Cup in Russia by using drones. Shocking photos and videos posted on encrypted app Telegram appear to detail the plans and explain how the terror group intend to carry the attacks out. The propaganda is believed to show extremists arming the drones with explosives, in preparation for unleashing them at the football tournament in June. One of the photos apparently shows a drone carrying anti-tank rockets with the collection also showing extremists returning from Syria and Iraq to work with the drones. The Telegram app has become a breeding ground for extremists, according to the Daily Star Sunday who shared the plans. A cyber security expert said that the app has been plagued by terrorists plotting atrocities at the World Cup/ RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tornado jets are to be AXED from the RAF even though the… France mourns as funerals take place for the retired… Share this article Share Elad Ezrachi, of internet surveillance firm Sixgill, told the Star that intelligence suggests the threats to be taken… Read full this story
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