Just days after its neighbour said diplomatic ties between the two countries had been normalised following months of tension. On Tuesday, the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) said, without giving a reason, that commercial flights to and from Somalia would be paused for three months. The directive appeared to catch some Somali aviation officials and travel agents by surprise. The suspension comes a day after Somalia said shipments of khat – a narcotic leaf – from Kenya remained on hold.
SOURCE: AL JAZEERA