Dutch Police Arrest 12 Passengers on Flight From Amsterdam

Dutch police arrested 12 passengers who were behaving suspiciously on a Northwest Airlines flight to Mumbai, India, which returned to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam shortly after takeoff on Wednesday under F-16 fighter-jet escort, the Associated Press reports. Police spokesman Rob Staenacker said he could not disclose the nationalities of the 12 people removed from the aircraft after it was diverted over German airspace. The aircraft landed safely, and all passengers are safe.

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