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A member of staff has been seriously injured by a tiger at South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Dalton in Furness. The 24-year-old woman was mauled by the animal in its enclosure. She was taken by ambulance to Preston Royal Infirmary.
The tiger has not escaped and the park said there's no risk to the public. It has closed early and all visitors have left the park. Police and Barrow Borough Council are investigating.
A passenger told Pakistan's GEO TV that the two men arrested on board a Pakistan International Airlines plane had tried to move towards the cockpit during the flight.
Nauman Rizvi told the news channel that after the men were taken away by police, the flight crew told passengers there had been a terrorist threat and that the pilot had raised an alarm.
Another passenger, Umari Nauman, told Sky News, "The cabin crew informed us that basically they tried to come into the cockpit a few times, and because they had been asked not to do that they got into a bit of an argument with the crew and made a few threats".
Ms Nauman said all the passengers had been ordered to leave their possessions on board before leaving the plane.
She also said helicopters escorted the aircraft before landing.
Two women arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder soldier Lee Rigby have been released without charge, Scotland Yard said.
A 29-year-old was arrested yesterday in connection with the killing.
Another woman, aged 31, had been held at a home in south London around 11.50pm last night and later released.
Detectives are continuing to question a 29-year-old man on suspicion of conspiracy to murder Drummer Rigby, who was killed in Woolwich, south-east London on Wednesday.
The two men who were shot by police after charging towards armed officers brandishing weapons remain in hospital in a stable condition.
They were arrested on suspicion of murder on the day of the attack.
Essex Police said the two men arrested on suspicion of endangerment of an aircraft have been taken to a police station to be interviewed:
A relative of two PIA flight passengers said he spoke to his father on the phone after the plane landed at Stansted Airport.
Zohaib Sattar said his father Abdul told him there was "no warning or threat" before the flight was diverted.
Zohaib Sattar said: "They have taken two people off the plane and are checking the plane all over.
"The rest are just sat there waiting for further information.
"My father said there was no warning or threat, all of a sudden the plane just turned around".
Stansted Airport said passengers were being taken off the Pakistan International Airlines plane.
A spokesperson said the passengers "will be taken to a reception centre on the airport where police may wish to interview them about what they have seen".
"At some point police and the airline will arrange for their onward transportation to Manchester", they added.
Heathrow's chief operating officer Normand Boivin praised BA pilots for their quick, professional response to this morning's emergency landing.
I would like to pay tribute to BA's pilots and crew and Heathrow's fire and airside teams. In particular, I'd like to thank this morning's airport duty manager Mark Freeman and his team for their quick and professional response to today's incident.