An Air France plane sits on the tarmac after it was diverted to Halifax Stanfield International Airport near Halifax, Nova Scotia, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
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Authorities have given the all-clear to two Paris-bound Air France flights from the United States that were diverted Tuesday after anonymous bomb threats, officials and media reported.However once landed, the planes were found to have neither explosives nor any credible threats on board, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and U.S. media said.The incidents took place just days after terror attacks in Paris left 129 people dead and sowed fear in the French capital and beyond. The flight from Dulles International Airport outside Washington with 262 people on board was diverted to Halifax, Nova Scotia and landed at around 10:15 pm (0215 GMT, Wednesday).No credible threats were found on board that plane, according to multiple U.S. media reports.
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