Libya hijack: Malta forces surround plane carrying 118
The confrontation is happening in Malta International Airport, where it landed a Libyan plane carrying 118 people after the kidnapping of a local road.
And the Airbus A320 was flying inside Libya Afriqiyah when it was diverted.
At least one man claiming to have grenades threatened to blow up the plane, according to local reports.
Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that the security forces in his country were standing aside.
It is not clear what made the demands of the kidnapper. According to some media reports the existence of information lightning more than one.
Mayor Sabha in Libya, Colonel Hamid in my imagination, there were 111 passengers on board in addition to the seven crew members.
Mr. Muscat said on Twitter that the passenger list included 82 men and 28 women and one child.
Deputy Mayor of Alga in Malta, Madga MAGRI Naudi, told the BBC that paramedics and soldiers were standing by to see “what is the next step.”
She added that the Special Committee meeting taking place to remedy the situation.
In the meantime, Malta International Airport was closed and all flights diverted.
He said the airport had been sent emergency teams.
Attack on Nice booed the French Minister Waltz in celebration:
It has denounced the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was also attended by a minute of silence in Nice,
where the bomber in a truck killed 84 people on Thursday.
From hecklers shouted “murderer” and “resign” in the face
by one minute of silence was held in various parts of the country.
Earlier, the leader of the opposition center-right Nicolas Sarkozy
accused the government of failing to provide security.
Forces are to be transferred to tourist sites with the continuation of investigations into possible links to jihadists killer.
Attack nice: What we know
Who are the victims?
Who was the attacker?
He called on any of the foreign nationals with links to radical Islam Sarkozy,
the former president, to be expelled from France.
This was a scene that has never been seen before in
France in the national action to honor the Head of Government booed and called a murderer.
Greeted by angry that Prime Minister Manuel Valls received when he observed one minute of silence in Nice is a stark warning of how to change the mood in the country.
Last year’s attacks seemed very unusual much more than shock and awe to stir.
But nice it is shown that mass terrorism has become a regular and normal.
(F) as Manuel Valls saw in concert – this is beginning to make people very angry indeed.