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Nigeria impounds British plane for breaking coronavirus flight ban rules: aviation minister

Reuters Sunday, 17 May 2020
Nigeria impounded a plane operated by a British company for allegedly contravening a flight ban imposed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the aviation minister said on Sunday.
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