New Indian anti-hijack policy allows shooting-down of rogue planes (AFP via Yahoo! News)

India has finalised a policy to deal with the hijacking of airliners that rules out negotiations with hijackers and allows the shooting down of aircraft deemed to have been turned into "missiles", media reported.


Posted August 14, 2005

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