SUSPECT INVOLVED IN INFAMOUS 1985 TWA HIJACKING ARRESTED IN GREECE, SAY POLICE

Police in Greece say they have arrested a suspect involved in a 34-year-old hijacking that killed an American serviceman. While authorities refused to release the suspect's name, several media outlets identified him as Mohammed Ali Hamadei. He was halted Thursday on the Greek isle of Myknonos during...

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