A picture taken on March 2, 2017 in Abu Dhabi shows Emirati fighter planes firing flares as they perform in an airshow as part of the "Union Fortress Live Military Demonstration", above the Abu Dhabi Corniche. / AFP / NEZAR BALOUT
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The air force of the United Arab Emirates has been ordered "not to escalate" a civil aviation dispute with regional rival Qatar, a military official disclosed earlier Tuesday.Qatar, which denies the accusations, is banned from using the airspace of the four states under the boycott, although UAE airlines continue to operate flights through Qatari airspace.For its part, Qatar has accused UAE fighter jets of violating its airspace both in December and this month, and it has filed formal complaints with the U.N.
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