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Fox 13′s Kelly Ring says goodbye to Tampa Bay after 37 years

Tampa Bay Times 20 May 2022
She’s slipped into the navy dress she’ll wear on-air, and not one hair is out of place ... The time she went to Saudi Arabia to follow a group from MacDill Air Force base during the Gulf War, or the trip to Moscow, where she documented a team of All Children’s Hospital doctors helping kids in the 1990s.
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Dust engulfs world’s tallest building as sandstorms hit UAE

The Arab Weekly 19 May 2022
The UAE is just the latest country in the path of sandstorms that have smothered Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iran and others in recent days, closing airports and schools and sending thousands to hospital with breathing problems ... In neighbouring Saudi Arabia, badly hit on Tuesday, ...
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EasyJet losses narrow to £557m thanks to recovery in demand for flights abroad as budget ...

The Daily Mail 19 May 2022
EasyJet hopes to be back carrying nearly as many customers at the end of this financial year as it did before the pandemic began. With travel demand nearing pre-Covid levels, the budget airline revealed on Thursday that it had reduced losses over the six months to the end of March ... Wizz Air eyes potential expansion into Saudi Arabia as the... Share ... .
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World’s tallest building engulfed as Mideast sandstorms hit UAE

Arab News 18 May 2022
The UAE is just the latest country in the path of sandstorms that have smothered Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iran and others in recent days, closing airports and schools and sending thousands to hospital with breathing problems ... In neighboring Saudi Arabia, badly hit on Tuesday, ...
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Why are sandstorms becoming more common in the Middle East?

The National 18 May 2022
From Saudi Arabia to Iraq and Kuwait to Iran, sandstorms have been blanketing the Middle East, causing delays to flights, school closures and thousands to be admitted to hospital with breathing difficulties ... In Saudi Arabia, about 1,285 people were admitted to hospitals in Riyadh ...
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Sandstorm Engulfs Dubai's Burj Khalifa | Mint

Live Mint 18 May 2022
The UAE is just the latest country in the path of sandstorms that have smothered Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iran and others in recent days, closing airports and schools and sending thousands to hospital with breathing problems ... In neighbouring Saudi Arabia, badly hit on Tuesday, ...
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World's tallest building engulfed as Mideast sandstorms hit UAE

Phys Dot Org 18 May 2022
The UAE is just the latest country in the path of sandstorms that have smothered Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iran and others in recent days, closing airports and schools and sending thousands to hospital with breathing problems ... In neighbouring Saudi Arabia, badly hit on Tuesday, ...
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Drone footage shows the moment British Brimstone missiles blow up pair of Russian tanks on ...

The Daily Mail 18 May 2022
Drone footage shared by a Ukrainian combat instructor, shows two missiles strike military vehicles in quick succession, sending debris flying into the air ... A yellow circle highlights debris flying into the air after the tanks were destroyed. The weapon is being used by the United Kingdom's RAF, a well as the air forces of Germany and Saudi Arabia.
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Blinken Welcomes Resumption of Commercial Flights Between Sanaa, Amman

Urdu Point 16 May 2022
... and thanks Saudi Arabia and Jordan for their support ... The situation was further aggravated in 2015 after a coalition led by Saudi Arabia joined the conflict on the Yemeni government's side and began conducting air, land, and sea operations against the Islamist rebel movement.
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First commercial flight in years takes off from Sanaa

Middle East Online 16 May 2022
The Saudi-led coalition entered the war in early 2015 to try restore the government to power. Despite daily violations reported by both sides, major ground and air clashes have subsided and the rebels have stopped their cross-border attacks on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, another pillar of the anti-Houthi coalition.
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First Commercial Flight in Years Takes off From Yemen's Sanaa

Voa News 16 May 2022
The Saudi-led coalition entered the war in early 2015 to try restore the government to power. Despite daily violations reported by both sides, major ground and air clashes have subsided and the rebels have stopped their cross-border attacks on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, another pillar of the anti-Houthi coalition.
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1st commercial flight in years takes off from Yemen’s Sanaa

Wtop 16 May 2022
The Saudi-led coalition entered the war in early 2015 to try restore the government to power. Despite daily violations reported by both sides, major ground and air clashes have subsided and the rebels have stopped their cross-border attacks on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, another pillar of the anti-Houthi coalition.
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1st commercial flight in years takes off from Yemen's Sanaa

Yahoo Daily News 16 May 2022
The Saudi-led coalition entered the war in early 2015 to try restore the government to power. Despite daily violations reported by both sides, major ground and air clashes have subsided and the rebels have stopped their cross-border attacks on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, another pillar of the anti-Houthi coalition.
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Ryanair expects profitability by 2023 as losses narrow to £300m - but budget airline warns ...

The Daily Mail 16 May 2022
Wizz Air eyes potential expansion into Saudi Arabia as the... Budget airline Wizz Air saw demand jump more than sixfold last month thanks to much weaker travel rules imposed by European governments. Around 3.6million people booked flights with the Hungarian air carrier in April, ...
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Airbus Spain sales 'may have had role in Yemen war crimes'

The New Arab 14 May 2022
Arms transfers by Airbus Spain to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates may have contributed to ... “Military goods of European origin constitute a substantial part of the overall equipment available to Saudi Arabia and UAE air forces” added Christian Schliemann-Radbruch of ECCHR.

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