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US ‘arms’ flights, headed for Israel, avoid Scottish airport

Two US cargo planes believed to be carrying bombs bound for Israel have failed to land for refuelling at a Scottish airport, where a protest was staged at the expected stop-over, the airport said. Separately, a source at Glasgow’s Prestwick airport added that the planes were diverted to RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk, in eastern England, which is operated by the US Air Force. “No flights were due through today carrying hazardous materials,” a spokesperson for Prestwick airport said on Sunday. Full Story

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