India: Hijacked Planes Can Be Shot (CBS News)

The Indian government approved a new law permitting aviation authorities the right to shoot down commercial airplanes if they are headed toward a strategic location, such as the president's residence or Parliament, an Indian newspaper reported.


Posted August 14, 2005

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