Sudanese plane hijacked over Darfur

Aircaft heads to Libya after Egyptian authorities refuse to let it land.

    "After 20 minutes the pilot called Nyala airport to say the plane had been hijacked. There are 87 passengers on board," he said.

    Communications with the plane were cut off after the hijacking and the hijackers' demands were not immediately known.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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