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corridor

a connection between land masses or habitats which allows animals to pass between different faunal regions or fragmented habitats.
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Kabul [Afghanistan], Dec 27 ( ANI ): India and Afghanistan on Wednesday inaugurated the second air corridor between Mumbai and Kabul.
We reached an agreement with India for establishment of an air corridor, to send Afghan goods through the air.
CARACAS, August 13, 2014 (WAFA) -- The Government of Venezuela opened on Wednesday an air corridor to allow humanitarian aids into the Gaza Strip, said a statement by the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Turkey said last week it was seeking Israeli and Egyptian agreement for an air corridor to provide humanitarian aid to Gaza after a month of bloodshed that has killed 1,910 Palestinians and 67 Israelis.
Malaysia flight 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine, in an air corridor that was not blocked, but many airlines had stopped flying it because of the on-going civil war.
Papadopoulou said that air traffic has not increased due to the situation in Gaza, but that air traffic control has become more complicated because a specific point in an air corridor has been closed.
uk Northern air corridor into mainland Asia Last known possible position between the two air corridors Southern corridor
If Moscow stops the air corridor lifting military supplies to Damascus, the Syrian army will quickly run out of ordnance for fighting the rebels.
An air corridor linking the city to Co Fermanagh and the skies over Lough Erne will also be off limits for three days from next Sunday.
WASHINGTON -- The air corridor over Iraq has emerged as a supply route for weapons for the beleaguered government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, including rockets, antitank missiles, rocket-propelled grenade and mortars, The New York Times reported late Saturday.
The committee said logistic support to NATO-led international forces in Afghanistan, including a transit facility for NATO container shipments and the use of an air corridor by NATO aircraft for access to Afghanistan, be based on written agreements.
Also on July 23, Agence France-Presse (AFP) quoted an un-named Western official as saying that NATO had authorised civilian aircraft to use an air corridor between the rebel headquarters of Benghazi and the Nafusa Mountains in the south-west of the country.