A standoff lasting almost six hours came to an end with the last eight remaining passengers and crew onboard the A321 EgyptAir jet making their bid for freedom. One crewmember made a daring escape by sliding through the cockpit window, while others could be seen running down the plane’s steps and away to safety." />

EgyptAir flight MS181 hijacker captured after 6-hour standoff in Cyprus

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The hostage siege aboard EgyptAir flight MS181 has ended with the hijacker Seif Eldin Mustafa being arrested, according to the Cypriot Foreign Ministry. All the passengers on the plane that diverted to Larnaca Airport have been released.
A standoff lasting almost six hours came to an end with the last eight remaining passengers and crew onboard the A321 EgyptAir jet making their bid for freedom. One crewmember made a daring escape by sliding through the cockpit window, while others could be seen running down the plane’s steps and away to safety.
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