Two news bits of note

From Stratfor.com‘s agregator

U.S.: U.K. Flight Denied Entry
February 15, 2010
British Airways Flight 243 was denied entry into U.S. airspace because of a “data discrepancy” about a 55-year-old American passenger in what may have been the first time a British flight was denied access to American airspace, the Telegraph reported Feb. 15, officials said. The Boeing 747, with 318 passengers and crew, had been flying over the Atlantic for two hours when the discrepancy was spotted. Upon the return to London, the man and his luggage were searched, then he was handed over to immigration officials. It was not known if he was later released.

UAE: Warrants Issued In Hamas Official’s Slaying
February 15, 2010
Dubai Police Chief Dahi Khalfan Tamim said Feb. 15 that arrest warrants were being issued for 11 Europeans allegedly involved in the killing of senior Hamas official Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, Reuters reported. Tamim said police already have arrested two Palestinians suspected of providing logistical support for the killing and that officials are not ruling out the possibility of involvement by Israel.

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