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Bahrain's Gulf Air halts flights to Iraq’s Baghdad and Najaf

Reuters Friday, 3 January 2020
Bahrain's Gulf Air suspended flights to and from Iraq’s Baghdad and Najaf cities on Friday until further notice due to security issues.
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