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Oman weather: Rain witnessed in different parts of Muscat

by Staff Reporter
Last week, Oman witnessed reduced visibility as a result of the dust storm and cloudy weather due to strong and moderate winds. Photo supplied
Meanwhile, dust and sandstorm is predicted in Ibra, Madha, Yalooni , Zamiam, Duqm and Bidiyah

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