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Saturday, December 26, 2009

Ask U.S. Aviation Safety Permits

The Hague (ANTARA News / AFP) - United States requested the flight around the world to tighten security after a Nigerian citizen tried to blow up U.S. aircraft which he was riding in Amsterdam, Dutch authorities said on Saturday.Officials said they were investigating how the man had smuggled Nigerian explosives through airport security Schiphol, Amsterdam, well-guarded.

"We're investigating where the perpetrator obtained the explosives, which he carried through strict security checks and can be put into the plane," said Judith Sluiter, a spokesman for the National Coordinator for Combating Terrorism (NCTB) in The Hague, told AFP.

Women's spokesman confirmed reports that the perpetrators arrived in Amsterdam with the Dutch airline KLM from Lagos.

Meanwhile, NCTB said in a statement that the U.S. authorities had asked the airlines to take extra security measures tight.

"Steps will be taken extra tight around the world for all flights to the United States to indefinitely," he said.

"It includes rigorous checks of passengers and luggage bags," said Sluiter.

Obtaining tight extra step into force on Saturday morning in Amsterdam, after receiving formal requests from U.S. authorities, he said.

Citizens of Nigeria, who claim to have with al Qaeda network had tried to blow up an explosive on the plane, but successfully thwarted the flight crew and assisted by the passengers.

Perpetrators have been secured after Aibus A-330 operated by Northwest Airlines landed at Schiphol airport, Amsterdam. (*)

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