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Russian passenger jet makes emergency landing in Baku over bomb threat

Reuters Monday, 11 March 2019
A Russian Ural Airlines jet bound for Moscow from Bahrain with 225 people aboard made an emergency landing in Baku, Azerbaijan on Monday because of a suspected bomb on board the plane, Baku airport said.
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