Tensions Escalate in the Middle East, Five Countries Close Airspace

Due to the escalating tensions in the Middle East, several countries in the region have closed their airspaces.

Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, and Iraq have already closed their airspaces. This has forced commercial flights to take detours.

Israel attacked Iran’s consulate in Damascus, Syria, on April 1st, killing several military leaders. This has further escalated the tensions between Israel and Iran, with BBC reporting that Iran has retaliated against Israel with drone and missile attacks.

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