Swiss jet lands in Geneva with US detainees freed by Iran

By REUTERS
January 17, 2016 19:15

 
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GENEVA - A Swiss airforce Dassault Falcon passenger jet landed at Geneva airport on Sunday evening and taxied to stop close to a US Air Force Boeing that arrived on Saturday evening, a Reuters witness said.

Earlier the Swiss Foreign Ministry said a Swiss aircraft carrying three US detainees freed by Iran and two family members would land in Switzerland late on Sunday afternoon, then travel on to a US military base in Germany.

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