In this image taken from the Iranian state TV's Arabic-language channel Al-Alam, showed what they purport to be an intact ScanEagle drone aircraft put on display, as an exclusive broadcast Tuesday Dec. 4, 2012, showing what they say are the first pictures of the captured drone. Iran authorities claimed Tuesday it had captured a U.S. drone after it entered Iranian airspace over the Persian Gulf, and showing an image of a purportedly downed craft on state TV, but the U.S. Navy said all its unmanned aircraft in the region were "fully accounted for."(AP Photo / Al-Alam TV) TV OUT

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In this image taken from the Iranian state TV's Arabic-language channel Al-Alam, showed what they purport to be an intact ScanEagle drone aircraft put on display, as an exclusive broadcast Tuesday Dec. 4, 2012, showing what they say are the first pictures of the captured drone.  Iran authorities claimed Tuesday it had captured a U.S. drone after it entered Iranian airspace over the Persian Gulf,  and showing an image of a purportedly downed craft on state TV,  but the U.S. Navy said all its unmanned aircraft in the region were "fully accounted for."(AP Photo / Al-Alam TV)  TV OUT
In this image taken from the Iranian state TV's Arabic-language channel Al-Alam, showed what they purport to be an intact ScanEagle drone aircraft put on display, as an exclusive broadcast Tuesday Dec. 4, 2012, showing what they say are the first pictures of the captured drone. Iran authorities claimed Tuesday it had captured a U.S. drone after it entered Iranian airspace over the Persian Gulf, and showing an image of a purportedly downed craft on state TV, but the U.S. Navy said all its unmanned aircraft in the region were "fully accounted for."(AP Photo / Al-Alam TV) TV OUT
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