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UAE sets up air bridge to deliver humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 01:05s - Published
UAE sets up air bridge to deliver humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

UAE sets up air bridge to deliver humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

The United Arab Emirates has established an air bridge with Kabul to deliver humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, an airport operations manager said on Saturday.


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