No bomb found on Turkish Airlines plane diverted to Canada, resumes journey

By REUTERS
November 22, 2015 17:21

 
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TORONTO - No explosives were found on a Turkish Airlines flight diverted to Halifax, Canada, after a bomb threat and the plane was cleared to continue its journey, Canadian police and the airline said on Sunday.

The flight, originally bound for Istanbul from New York, has now safely departed, Halifax Stanfield International Airport said on Twitter.

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