Hijackers of Libyan plane surrender
VALLETTA - Malta's prime minister, Joseph Muscat, says the hijacking of a Libyan plane is over after the hijackers gave themselves up.
In a series of tweets, he said the hijackers left the airplane along with its final crew members after earlier freeing all the passengers from a flight that was diverted to his country.
The hijackers, he said, "surrendered," been "searched and taken in custody."
More updates to come.
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