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Appeals Court Frees Former Korean Air Executive in 'Nut Rage' Case

A South Korean appeals court has suspended the prison term of a former Korean Air executive who delayed a flight in a rage about the way she was served macadamia nuts last year. Cho Hyun-ah was sentenced to a year in prison in February after she forced a December 5 flight to return to the gate in New York to remove a flight attendant who had served her macadamia nuts in a packet instead of on a plate in first class. The upper court on Friday reduced the sentence to 10 months, then...

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