The Hague Convention1, which is concerned with hijacking of aircraft, provides that any person who on board an aircraft in flight2 unlawfully, by force, threat of force or any other form of intimidation, seizes or exercises control of that aircraft or attempts to do so, or is an accomplice of a person who performs or attempts to perform any such act, commits an offence
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