Germany's Federal Aviation Office has revoked the license of Iranian airline Mahan Air over security concerns and the company's continued involvement in allegedly transporting members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps and the Lebanese Shiite terrorist group Hezbollah both to and from the civil war in Syria.

The German regulatory office involved in the final decision said the government opted to ban Mahan after having consulted with Berlin's other European allies and the United States.

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