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The Swedish, Norwegian and Danish governments have decided to cancel an air traffic agreement with South Africa, apparently to express their disapproval of the nation’s apartheid system. A statement issued by the three governments said that the weekly flights by Scandinavian Airlines System will end within six months. An SAS spokesman conceded that the Copenhagen-Nairobi-Johannesburg route is not particularly profitable but said that service to the Kenyan capital will continue.


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