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Huge sandstorm closes airspace around Spain's Canary Islands

Reuters Tuesday, 25 February 2020
All incoming flights to Spain's Canary Islands were diverted on Sunday, airport operator AENA said, after a sandstorm from the Sahara hit the archipelago, coating the islands with orange dust and limiting visibility.
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