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Activist whose Ryanair jet was forced to land in 'air piracy' incident jailed in Belarus

Sky News Friday, 6 May 2022
Activist whose Ryanair jet was forced to land in 'air piracy' incident jailed in BelarusA woman detained after her Ryanair flight was forced to land in Belarus last May has been jailed for six years.
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