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Airports in India on high alert after hijacking threats

Airports in India on high alert after hijacking threats

New Delhi (dpa) – International airports in the Indian cities of Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad were placed on the highest security alert Sunday after police received information of a possible aircraft hijacking attempt, officials and news reports said. “We have increased and strengthened patrolling and access control at all three airports,” said OP Singh, director general
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