Hijacked aircraft lands at Geneva airport - spokesman
GENEVA Feb 17 (Reuters) - A hijacked aircraft landed at Geneva's international airport early on Monday, an airport spokesman said without giving details of the flight.
Ethiopian Airlines said in a statement that one of its flights had been "forced to proceed" to Geneva, adding that all passengers and crew were safe at the airport.
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