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Lufthansa says it will resume flights to Tehran on Thursday

Reuters Wednesday, 8 January 2020
Germany's largest airline Lufthansa on Wednesday said it would resume flights to Tehran on Thursday after earlier cancelling its daily flight to the Iranian capital due to the situation in the country.
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