Fears of a Christmas Day September 11-style attack eased on Thursday after checks by French intelligence on passenger lists turned up no terror links on any of six canceled Air France flights. A spokeswoman at the French prime minister’s office said no formal inquiry was under way and no arrests had been made in connection with Wednesday’s cancellation of six flights between Paris and Los Angeles. “We have not detected passengers with the profile of people belonging to a radical Islamic group,” a source close to French investigating judges that deal with terrorism told Reuters. “All the checks so far have come to nothing,” he said. An Air France spokeswoman said flights to Los Angeles would resume on Friday as normal. Two flights were due to leave Paris on Friday — one at midday, the second an evening flight to Tahiti with a stopover in Los Angeles. Full Story
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