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Istanbul Airport resumes normal operations

Europe’s busiest airport in Istanbul has “gradually” resumed normal operations after a blizzard shut it down for a day, the head of Turkish Airlines said.  “Flights have gradually begun returning to normal,” Turkish Airlines CEO Bilal Eksi tweeted on Wednesday.  Istanbul Airport closed on Monday for the first time since …

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US approves $2.5B aircraft, and radar sales to Egypt

The US State Department has approved two major military equipment sales to Egypt of transport aircraft and radar systems, despite ongoing concerns in Washington over Cairo’s human rights record. The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency on Tuesday said the sale, still not finalised, “will improve Egypt’s capability to meet current …

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Afghanistan sold their children and kidneys for living

Families in Afghanistan have sold their children and their kidneys as more than half the population is having serious difficulties meeting basic food needs. For many years in Afghanistan, people have been selling their kidneys without hesitation to get a piece of bread. The interruption of international aid following the …

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