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An Algerian plane is not allowed on the skies of Spain

The Spanish Air Navigation Authority indicated that the Spanish air traffic control refused to allow an Algerian plane to enter the Spanish domain on the instructions of the army.
The Civil Aviation Authority said that a plane that was heading from Algeria to the city of Logrono in northern Spain had returned after air traffic controllers informed that it did not have permission to enter the airspace, based on instructions from the Spanish army.
It revealed that the plane was on its way from Algiers to the Spanish city, where the small local airport is operated by the Spanish company AINA.
Logrono is the city in which the leader of the Polisario Front, Ibrahim Ghali, was hospitalized more than a month ago, which led to the outbreak of conflict between Spain and Morocco.

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