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Sources: Moroccan flight diverted over domestic dispute

A domestic dispute — not suspected terrorism as early reports suggested — apparently led to the diversion of a Moroccan jet to Maine after it left a New York airport, government sources said Friday. The Royal Air Maroc Boeing 767 resumed its journey to Casablanca, Morocco, at 3:51 a.m. ET Friday, according to an official at Maine’s Bangor International Airport, where the plane landed Thursday night after the airline received a tip that a bomb could be aboard. But a government source in Washington wrote the entire episode off to a domestic dispute involving a married couple. Full Story

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