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New Caledonia airport to reopen on June 17 after unrest

Paris, June 16 (UNI) French authorities will reopen the international airport in New Caledonia's capital city of Noumea and reduce the curfew by two hours starting Monday due to the "improved situation" following recent unrest, local authorities said on Sunday.
"The curfew remains in effect. In light of the improved situation and in order to facilitate a gradual return to normalcy, it will begin at 8 pm (local time) starting Monday. Noumea—LLa Tontouta International Airport will reopen during the day, also starting from Monday, June 17," the French High Commission in New Caledonia said in a statement published on X.
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