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Iraqi Official Claims Airport Built There 7,000 Years Ago

The first airport that was established on planet earth was in this place. “This place” is the southern Iraqi province of Dhi Qar and the person making the claim should know something about airports. He’s Iraq’s Transport Minister Kazem Finjan and he made this and other bold...
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