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Some Passengers from Hijacked Plane Return to Cuba

Some of the 31 passengers and crew on a Cuban plane hijacked last week have returned to the communist-ruled island, a U.S. official said on Sunday. The official, who declined to be identified, would not say how many of the passengers and crew returned to Cuba and how many opted to stay in the United States and seek asylum. Under U.S. law, Cubans who reach land are generally allowed to stay in the United States. The six men accused of hijacking at knifepoint the decades-old DC-3 plane flown by Cuban state airline Aerotaxi are being held in a Key West jail, awaiting arraignment on charges of air piracy. Full Story

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