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Israeli media no longer banned
The Jerusalem Post reports that Air France no longer bans Israeli media from computers in the airline’s lounges. Passengers trying to read the Post, Maariv, Yediot Aharonot and Debka were denied access, due to "aggressiveness of its content or views espousing terrorism, revisionism, or discrimination." Air France blamed the problem on an external supplier; passengers were able to access the Israeli sites the same day the airline was informed of the issue.
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