A Moscow-Vienna train which had transported nearly all of the 70,000 Jews allowed out of the Soviet Union since 1971. There was also the situation of the Chopin Express kidnappers, who called themselves "Eagles of the Revolution" (1973). They took six Jewish hostages and two Austrian customs agents, and probably had the consent of the KGB. Once they had been given safe egress from Austria they were allowed to land in Libya.

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