The Spy Plane of the Future Is... a Blimp

Sept. 1 (Bloomberg) –- One company hopes to take blimps to new heights. Southwest Research Institute has developed the HiSentinel 80, an unmanned airship that can potentially stay aloft for 30 days and has a propeller that can be controlled from the ground. Potential future uses include military and scientific missions. Video by: Ryo Ikagami, Summer Delaney (Source: Bloomberg)
Cuban Envoy Says Progress Made on Normalizing U.S. Ties
35:31 - Feb. 27 -- Cuban Director of U.S. Policy Josefina Vidal speaks about negotiations on normalizing diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba. She speaks at a news conference in Washington.
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