Australia and Singapore have agreed to place sky marshals on board Qantas and Singapore Airlines flights operating the heavily traveled air route between the two countries. The agreement in principle is Australia's first security pact with a foreign government involving international flights, according to Australian Justice Minister Chris Ellison, who was attending an anti-terrorism conference at Bali Island, Indonesia, scene of a recent bombing. Australia has placed sky marshals on domestic ...


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