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Passengers leave an Egyptair aircraft at Glasgow Prestwick Airport in Scotland after it was diverted while en route from Cairo to New York on Saturday, June 15, 2013. It is reported that BBC employee Nada Tafik, who was on board the plane, said she found a note in a toilet apparently threatening to start a fire. The plane was escorted to Prestwick by Typhoon fighters from RAF Leuchars, near St. Andrews on the east coast of Scotland. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan, Press Association)
Photo by: Andrew Milligan
Passengers leave an Egyptair aircraft at Glasgow Prestwick Airport in Scotland after it was diverted while en route from Cairo to New York on Saturday, June 15, 2013. It is reported that BBC employee Nada Tafik, who was on board the plane, said she found a note in a toilet apparently threatening to start a fire. The plane was escorted to Prestwick by Typhoon fighters from RAF Leuchars, near St. Andrews on the east coast of Scotland. (AP Photo/Andrew Milligan, Press Association)

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