The four hijackers, believed to be holding one passenger after releasing the 76 others in Djibouti, had asked to go to Rome, Tel Aviv or Athens. They did not disclose their identities or their demands.
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CAIRO (AFP) - An Ethiopian passenger plane hijacked in Djibouti while en route from Ethiopia to Aden took off from Cairo for Rome early today after refuelling, police said.