Kuwait says Germany-bound Eurowings flight lands over bomb scare

By REUTERS
January 15, 2017 11:04

 
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DUBAI) - A Eurowings flight traveling from Salalah in Oman to Cologne made an emergency landing in Kuwait after a bomb scare on Sunday, Kuwait's Civil Aviation Authority said, adding that authorities were investigating.

"(The flight) made an emergency landing at Kuwait International Airport because of suspicion that there might be a bomb on board ... preliminary investigations are being carried out to determine if the aircraft is free of explosives," a statement published on state news agency KUNA said.

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