'3 Israel-bound planes delayed due to suspicious passengers'

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April 26, 2010 22:31

 
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Three Israel-bound planes have been delayed at European airports in recent weeks due to the presence of suspicious individuals on the flights, Channel 2 reported on Monday night.

According to the report, in each instance, the passenger in question was detained for interrogation in the European country.

Although in each case no proofs were found to suggest the passengers' links to terror groups, they were still banned from entering Israel.

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