Bomb Threat Diverts New York-Moscow Flight

Anonymous call claims bombs were planted inside luggage on plane with more than 200 passengers.
3:00 | 08/16/12

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that breaking news, the bomb threat on a plane flying from new york to moscow. 253 passengers onboard, forced to make an emergency landing in iceland overnight. Abc's nick schifrin is in london, now, with the very latest. Good morning to you, nick. Reporter: Good morning, josh. The bomb threat was made to a law enforcement agency in new york just a few hours ago. That there were five suitcases on the airbus 330. So, the pilot made an emergency landing in iceland. It must have been a terrifying moment for the passengers. They looked out their windows and saw special forces soldiers running towards the plane. All the passengers had to evacuate. Leave their bags onboard. Authorities went through the luggage, piece-by-piece. Right now, they've found no evidence of any bomb. So, aeroflot is going to play the same plane. It's not going to be a comfortable flight, after watching special forces comb

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