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"The hijacking is not terrorism-related," he said at a joint press conference with visiting president of the European Parliament, Martin Schultz.Asked about reports that the hijacker had demanded to see a Cypriot woman, Anastasiades laughed and said: "Always there is a woman." Egypt's civil aviation authority said no explosives were found on the plane and that Mustafa's "suicide belt" was made from empty mobile phone cases.The subsequent raid on the aircraft by Egyptian troops led to 60 deaths, including two of the three Palestinian hijackers, making it one of the bloodiest such incidents in history.Cyprus's Sigma television reported that the woman had been brought to the airport from her home village of Oroklini, accompanied by a young child, AFP reports.Cyprus state radio had earlier reported that the man was demanding asylum and had asked for a translator.A crisis team was deployed to the airport, the main entry point for tourists to the Mediterranean resort island.A barmaid who was last seen by friends on Christmas Eve was found murdered in a park near her home on Wednesday.Iuliana Tudos, 22, was killed by a stab wound to the abdomen and a head injury, according to a post-mortem examination at Haringey Mortuary.

Seif Eldin Mustafa was branded an "idiot" by the Egyptian foreign ministry after he seized control of the Alexandra-Cairo flight and had it diverted to Cyprus, where he issued a string of bizarre demands.Ms Tudos, known as Juliana or Julie, was heavily tattooed, half Greek-Cypriot half Russian and was born in…• Egypt Air plane flying from Alexandria to Cairo hijacked • Hijacker Seif Eldin Mustafa wore fake suicide belt • He 'demanded political asylum' and to see his 'estranged wife' • Passenger who took picture with hijacker is British • 88 people were on Flight MS181 - 'including three Britons' • All passengers safely evacuated from plane after hijacker arrested "This is not a surprise at all," a friend said.In addition to asking for a letter to be passed on to his ex-wife, Mustafa reportedly called for the release of several female prisoners in Egypt and asked for political asylum in Cyprus.Initial reports had raised fears the passengers of flight MS181 were about to become the latest victim of a terrorist attack, but it later emerged the hijacking was carried out by an "unstable" man said to have posed for "selfie" photos with some of the people he had taken hostage.

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