The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) aviation regulator has ordered an immediate halt of flights to Baghdad after a flydubai aircraft was hit by bullets on approach to the Iraqi capital’s airport. The Boeing 737-800, operating FZ215 from Dubai to Baghdad Monday afternoon, was discovered after landing to have been hit by several rounds. The carrier said no medical attention was required by passengers, although some local news reports claims a young girl was grazed by a round passing ...

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