Hijacked Plane

NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from New Delhi that a team of Indian negotiators has arrived in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar to try to win the release of nearly 160 passengers aboard a hijacked Indian Airlines plane. The hijackers had threatened to begin killing more hostages if their demands were not met, but for now they appear to have backed off from that threat.



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