Saturday, November 14, 2015

Soldiers disembark from a military plane as part of a security
reinforcements at the Charles de Gaulle airport, north of Paris, Saturday,
Nov.
14.
(Photo: Michem Spingler/AP)As the world reels from the terrorist
attacks on Paris last night, disruptions and threats are paralyzing airports
and airlines worldwide.On Saturday morning, Air France grounded a flight at
Amsterdam"s Schipol airport after a Twitter account, @JihadiJohn8, threatened
to blow up the plane.Flight AF1741 was scheduled to fly to Paris"s Charles de
Gaulle airport.
All passengers were evacuated and officials searched the
plane.Related: What To Do If You Are a Tourist in Paris Right Now
On Twitter,
@JihadiJohn8 warned that of an attack similar to what happened when a Metrojet
plane from Russia was blown up over Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt.
His chilling
tweet read: "Yesterday and today, Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam Airport
Schiphol will be attacked by our brothers #isis."A second tweet read: "Forget
#Russia? Wait for what will happen on flight AF1741 from #Amsterdam to
#Paris..
#ParisAttacks."
In England, a terminal at London"s Gatwick airport was evacuated and roads
around the area were closed for six hours after a firearm was found in a
trashcan.
BBC reported that a French man, a 41-year-old, from Vendome, is
being held.WATCH:"Paris Attacks: Islamic State Claims Responsibility

Airports worldwide — particularly across Europe — are
reporting tightened security and delays and long lines at security.
In Paris,
passengers faced hours of delays, with reports of lines only moving "a foot or
two every 20 minutes." And an Instagram user, @fischerclothing, complained
that she had problems getting through security at LaGuardia airport
today.Soldiers disembark from a military plane as part of a security
reinforcements at the Charles de Gaulle airport, north of Paris, Saturday,
Nov.
14.
(Photo: Michem Spingler/AP) As the world reels from the terrorist
attacks on Paris last night, disruptions and threats are paralyzing airports
and airlines worldwide.
On Saturday morning, Air France grounded a flight at
Amsterdam's Schipol airport after a Twitter account, @JihadiJohn8,
threatened to blow up the plane.
Flight AF1741 was scheduled to fly to
Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport..Soldiers disembark from a military plane
as part of a security reinforcements at the Charles de Gaulle airport, north
of Paris, Saturday, Nov.
14.
(Photo: Michem Spingler/AP) As the world reels
from the terrorist attacks on Paris last night, disruptions and threats are
paralyzing airports and airlines worldwide.
On Saturday morning, Air France
grounded a flight at Amsterdam's Schipol airport after a Twitter account,
@JihadiJohn8, threatened to blow up the plane.
Flight AF1741 was scheduled to
fly to Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport.

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