The German ministry of defence is in trouble because it botched its answers to a parliamentary caucus' questions in regard to the accidents of its aerial drones.
Well, the botching is bad, but such mistakes happen in bureaucracies.
What's more interesting is how the news media reports about this; a certain aversion against assassination drones among journalists (which I share because they are useless for actual defence) seems to have grown into an aversion against Bundeswehr drones in general.
Let's not forget:
One of the original arguments for such drones was that they would be cheaper than comparable planes because they don't need the same flight safety (no pilot's life at risk).
Drones crashing into the ground is normal, it was supposed to be tolerable. It looks as if many journos didn't get this memo in the 90's.