The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Defence announced today that it had signed a $460 million deal with Dassault Aviation to upgrade its fleet of Mirage 2000-9 fighters, as well as a smaller deal with MBDA France for related weaponry. (Twitter photo)

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