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Niger military junta closes airspace

By Reuters
07 August 2023   |   11:36 am
Niger closed its airspace on Sunday until further notice, citing the threat of military intervention from the West African regional bloc, after leaders of its recent coup rejected a deadline to reinstate the country’s ousted president.

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