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Kuwait Airways announced Thursday that it would immediately halt all flights to Lebanon's Rafik Hariri International Airport, after receiving a security warning from authorities in Cyprus.The European Aviation Safety Agency Tuesday alerted airlines to the possible launch of air-to-ground missiles in the eastern Mediterranean, causing major airlines to begin rerouting flights to avoid Syrian airspace and other areas surrounding Lebanon.Wednesday, Public Works and Transport Minister Youssef Fenianos announced that Lebanon's national carrier, Middle East Airlines, would temporarily reroute its flights to avoid Syrian airspace over fears of a possible U.S. strike.
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