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>> All passengers on crew now safely off the hijacked Libyan Jet that landed in Malta on Friday. Two hijackers also leaving the plane. The Afrique Airline Air bus was seized during a domestic flight. 111 passengers and seven crew were on board. One hijackers reportedly told pilots he was pro to Daffi and willing to blow the plane up.
After landing in Malta he reportedly said he was willing to free the passengers, but not the crew. Within a few hours however, everyone was off the jet. As the drama unfolded, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat provided regular updates on Twitter He says the hijackers have now surrendered and been taken into custody.
But it remains unclear exactly what their demands were. Former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was killed six years ago. The country has be wracked by factional violence ever since.