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The convincing of a consumer to add more life insurance policies to ones already purchased, often with the promise that they would be paid for with built-up values in their old policies
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At the time of the hijacking, Jabbari said he felt himself to be a prisoner of conscience inside Iran and thought about how he could get out:
Moussavi said that the latest hijacking in the country was related to the Tehran-Damascus flight in 2010, which was foiled, and added that no cases of hijacking took place in Iran this year.
The first instalment in this drama-documentary series tells the story of the hijacking of Lufthansa Flight 181 in 1977, and the efforts of the SAS to storm the plane.
A Vatican official said the Turkish Airlines hijacking was not expected to affect the Pope's plans.
A MAN appeared in court yesterday charged in connection with a crossborder hijacking spree.
Thus, the laws on the issue vary widely from country to country and security experts say this makes it difficult to respond to a hijacking in Europe.
It accounts for the hijacking, the loss of the plane, and the damage to the Pentagon without the introduction of numerous and unnecessary "what ifs" and "maybes."
In addition to enhanced virus protection and anti-application hijacking, other key enhancements increase performance and manageability of the solution.
In Pyongyang on Monday, a senior North Korean Foreign Ministry official said North Korea will conditionally cooperate with Japan in the repatriation of four of the nine Japanese Red Army members who hijacked a Japan Airlines plane on a domestic flight from Tokyo in March 1970 and forced it to fly to Pyongyang in Japan's first hijacking.
It details a series of missteps by aviation and military officials that squandered precious moments between the time air traffic controllers became aware of the first hijacking and the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 into a Pennsylvania field more than an hour later.
At the same time, customers were also offered the cost-free service Telia Kod, which provides 100% protection against modem hijacking.
Six Cuban men have been found guilty of hijacking a passenger aircraft to Key West, Florida, by a Florida jury.