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The French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle docks in Abu Dhabi port


The French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle arrived in Abu Dhabi on Thursday as part of Operation Clemenceau 21, an international mission to combat the remnants of Daesh in Iraq, Syria and Libya. The campaign serves to reassert “freedom of navigation” in the waters of the region, which has been the target of Iranian threats, and to respond to regional conflicts from the Gulf to the Indian Ocean. The vessel moored at the port of Mina Zayed, located in the UAE capital. Guillaume Pinget, the commanding officer, justified the stopover as a rest stop after 38 days at sea. The…

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