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Juba International Airport reopens for evacuation flights

Posted 18 July 2016 · Add Comment

Juba International Airport has reopened after a two-day closure caused by violence in the city.

Several airlines, including Kenya Airways and Astral Aviation, have resumed flights to help evacuate foreign nationals.
 
The governments of Japan, the United States and the European Union are due to organise their own evacuation flights. 
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