Somalia reopens airspace for 48 hours

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Two days of ban on international flights, Somalia’s Ministry of Transport and Aviation has announced the reopening of the country’s airspace.

In a statement, the ministry says move aimed to allow stranded citizens to come back home.

In a statement issued this morning, the ministry said a 15-day ban on all international flights will take effect after the 48 hours lapse.

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