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Chinese police detained 25 angry plane passengers who opened emergency exit doors before take-off after their flight was delayed by snow Kaufen Herren Nike Air Max 97 Ultra Triple Black , state media reported, the latest case of rowdy behaviour by Chinese travellers.

The passengers were forced to wait in their seats for hours late Friday and early Saturday after their China Eastern flight from the southwest city of Kunming to Beijing was delayed, Xinhua news agency said.

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After requesting that they be allowed off the plane for health reasons, some passengers "opened three emergency doors in an attempt to stop the flight" and forced the plane to return to the terminal, Xinhua cited a passenger as saying.

Two of the passengers surnamed Zhou and Li were sentenced to 15 days in detention for violating public order, the state-run China News Service said.

They were members of a 25-person travel group which got "overly excited", leading to the opening of the doors.

The other members of the group were detained for questioning, but apparently later released.

The passenger told Xinhua that those on board were worried that the vice captain could not control himself after he "swore and cursed", the agency said.

The plane had already been delayed for five hours before they boarded, only to face further delays while ice was cleared from the aircraft, the report said.

Others on the aircraft travelled to Beijing by another flight.

China's growing wealth has seen a boom in air travel over the past decade, but its airports are plagued with delays and incidents of unruly passenger behaviour have risen.

Last month a budget flight from Thailand to China was forced to return to Bangkok after a Chinese passenger threw hot water at a cabin attendant.

Chinese state-run media branded four unruly passengers on board as "barbarians," reporting that one of them had threatened to blow up the plane in a row over a seating arrangement.

An airport in Kunming saw chaotic scenes in 2013, when thousands of angry passengers were stranded for hours after thick fog delayed flights.

Passengers stuck at the airport for more than a day struggled with airline staff, damaging computer equipment belonging to an airline, while police broke up scuffles.

In 2012 a plane carrying 200 people from Zurich to Beijing was forced to turn back after a fight between two Chinese passengers.

HELSINKI, April 6 (Xinhua) -- Two men died after the snowmobiles they were driving fell through thin ice in the Gulf of Bothnia on Sunday, local media reported on Monday.

The two men, respectively aged 46 and 69, left from Oulu city in northern Finland on Sunday morning. They were expected to cross the sea surface and arrive at Hailuoto island by 7 p.m. local time. Rescuers received an emergency call after the duo failed to show up at the island.

A rescue unit went to the scene and found that the snowmobiles had fallen into the sea.

The two men were salvaged from the icy waters and transported by helicopter to hospital. They died later in the hospital.

Due to the rising temperature, the ice covering the sea off Finland's coast is getting thinner dramatically in recent days. On Sunday, the West Finland Coast Guard issued a warning for very thin ice in the region.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Saturday that he would allow the release of more than 3,000 previously classified files related to former President John F. Kennedy's assassination more than half a century ago.

The U.S. National Archives has said that, pending presidential approval, it would make all the files available on its website in a single day by next Thursday.

"Subject to the receipt of further information, I will be allowing, as President, the long blocked and classified JFK FILES to be opened," Trump tweeted Saturday morning.

"The President believes that these documents should be made available in the interests of full transparency unless agencies provide a compelling and clear national security or law enforcement justification otherwise," the White House said in a statement issued later.

Most of the files are believed to be from the 1960s and 1970s, stemming from the 1963 assassination and aftermath. But several dozens were generated by government agencies in the 1990s in apparent response to the conspiracy theories raised by the controversial Oliver Stone film "JFK."

The U. S. Congress passed the Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act in 1992, requiring that the millions of pages, many of them contained in CIA and FBI documents, be published in 25 years.

Over the years, the National Archives have released most of the documents, either in full or partially redacted. But one final batch remains, and only the U.S. president has the authority to extend the papers' secrecy past the deadline on Oct. 26, according to local media reports.

Kennedy, the 35th U.S. President, was shot dead on Nov. 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. Lee Harvey Oswald, who was accused of the shooting, was killed two days later by Jack Ruby.

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