Mexican police discovered a workshop for making drone-carried bombs during a raid on a castle-like house in the state of Jalisco. The raid uncovered 40 small cylindrical bombs with fins intended to be released from drones, along with bomb-making materials including metal shrapnel and gunpowder. No arrests were made as the suspect escaped out the back. Drug cartels in the area have been increasingly using drone-carried bombs, with 260 attacks recorded in the first eight months of this year. Roadside bombs and car bombs have also seen a rise in usage, with several security personnel killed in explosive attacks.
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