Hijack plane lands in UK
A hijacked Afghan plane with more than 140 people on board has landed at Stansted Airport in the UK after leaving Moscow.
Hijacked Plane Lands in London
By BARRY RENFREW Associated Press Writer
LONDON (AP) - The Afghan passenger airliner forced by hijackers on a tense journey across Central Asia and Europe landed at London's Stansted airport early Monday.
Hijacked Afghan Plane Lands in Britain
LONDON (Reuters) - A hijacked Afghan airliner with about 160 people aboard landed at Stansted airport, east of London, early on Monday, an airport spokeswoman said.
Hijack plane being repaired in Kazakhstan: official
Monday, February 7 12:37 AM SGT
ALMATY, Feb 6 (AFP) - A hijacked Afghan commercial jet was having one of its engines repaired Sunday at the airport at Aktyubinsk, in northwestern Kazakhstan, a regional interior ministry spokesman told AFP.
Hijackers demand release of ex-Afghan governor Ismail Khan: report
Sunday, February 6 10:37 PM SGT
ISLAMABAD, Feb 6 (AFP) - Hijackers of an Afghan aircraft have demanded release of former governor Ismail Khan, currently in the custody of Afghanistan's Taliban regime, the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) reported Sunday.
Hijack plane airborne again
A hijacked Afghan plane carrying more than 160 passengers is reported to have taken off from Kazakhstan, and there are reports it may be heading for Moscow.
Afghan Plane Hijacked
By Rozlana Taukina
Associated Press Writer
Sunday, Feb. 6, 2000; 11:40 a.m. EST
ALMATY, Kazakstan –– About 20 hijackers commandeered an Afghan plane carrying more than 100 people Sunday, forcing it to fly first to Uzbekistan and then to Kazakstan, officials said.
Afghanistan seeks UAE investment in oil, gas sector
LAILA A ALI
QUETTA (February 6) : Afghanistan has sought potential United Arab Emirates (UAE) investment in its oil and gas potential, diplomatic quarters stated here on Saturday.
UN envoy to proceed to Afghanistan to Sunday
ISLAMABAD (NNI): United Nations Secretary General's Personal Representative to Afghanistan Francesc Vendrell is scheduled to embark on visit to Afghanistan on Sunday as part of his visit to the region to familiarize himself of the situation,
Shipment of Afghan transit trade goods from Karachi port begins
ISLAMABAD (NNI): The shipment of hundreds of tons of Afghan transit trade goods has started from Karachi port to Afghanistan after Pakistan Chief Executive General Pervez Musharraf ordered the release of the stranded goods
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