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Greece rules out terrorism in plane crash

The Greek government said on Sunday that no evidence of terrorism or foul play had emerged after a Cypriot airliner crashed near Athens, apparently killing all the 115 passengers and 6 crew aboard including 48 children. Government spokesman Theodoros Roussopoulos flatly rejected media speculation that two air force fighter jets, which were sent to track the aircraft after its crew failed to communicate with Greece’s air traffic control on its entry, had been ordered to shoot down the plane on fears of terrorism. Full Story

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