Hijackers Of Libyan Passenger Plane Taken Into Custody
The plane was originally supposed to land in Tripoli, but hijackers diverted it to Malta.
Malta's prime minister says the hijackers who took control of a Libyan plane Friday morning have surrendered.
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The hijackers, who are believed to be affiliated with a pro-Gadhafi group, initially kept all passengers and crew members on board the plane as hostages.
Now they've all been released and the hijackers are in custody.
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