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Flights resumed in Tripoli after unidentified drone incident

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Flights were resumed at the M'etiga international airport in the Libyan capital Wednesday, a few hours after the authorities closed it due to "infiltration" of unidentified drone.

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ight international flights took off from the airport following the reopening of the air hub, the airport's administration said in a statement.

The Civil Aviation Authority previously suspended work to "preserve air safety from drone infiltration."

This was the first time that the airport was closed due to unknown drone.

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