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'We were handcuffed at gunpoint' - flight engineer of Syria-bound plane

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Published on Oct 11, 2012

Turkey says the Syria-bound passenger plane, that was forced to land in Turkey, was carrying Russian-made munitions. The Moscow airport that dispatched the flight insists there was no illegal cargo onboard. F-16 fighter jets intercepted the flight on its way from Moscow to Damascus, which was carrying 37 people. RT's Tom Barton reports.

Also, RT talks to author and journalist Afhsin Rattansi


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