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Delay in Muscat-Mashad flight due to low visibility: Iran official


Mashad, Jan 17, IRNA – A flight from Muscat, Oman, to Mashad, northeastern Iran, will land in Yazd in center of the country due to the bad weather conditions which has restricted the visibility, an official said here on Wednesday.

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A personal exhibition of artist Khanlar Mammadov opened in Art Tower Gallery on February 20.
Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA - Iran banned flights of all its ATR-72 aircraft following the crash of an ATR passenger plane which claimed the lives of 66 people on board this week.
Tehran, Feb 24, IRNA - Iran banned flights of all its ATR-72 aircraft following the crash of an ATR passenger plane which claimed the lives of 66 people on board this week.
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