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Malta Dealing with 'Potential Hijack' of Libyan Plane, Prime Minister Says

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(CNN) -- Authorities in Malta are dealing with the "potential hijack" of a Libyan airliner said to be heading to the country, its prime minister said Friday. Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat tweeted that he had been "informed of potential hijack situation of a #Libya internal flight diverted to #Malta. Security and emergency operations standing by."

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