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Malaysia plane: 'Iranian passports used before flight'

The two passengers that boarded the missing Malaysia Airlines plane with stolen passports are believed to be Iranian.

The secretary general of Interpol, Ronald Noble, said both passengers had earlier used Iranian passports that were not reported stolen or listed on Interpol's databases.

Mr Noble warned that more than a billion passports go unscreened as people board planes and cross borders each year.

  • 11 Mar 2014
  • From the section Asia
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