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France bans Iran's Mahan Air for flying arms, troops to Syria, elsewhere

Reuters Monday, 25 March 2019
France has banned flights in and out of the country by Iran's Mahan Air, accusing it of transporting military equipment and personnel to Syria and other Middle East war zones, diplomats said on Monday, after heavy U.S. pressure on Paris to act.

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