GENEVA, Switzerland - Swiss police say the hijacker of an Ethiopian Airlines plane forced to land in Geneva has been arrested.
Police spokesman Jean-Philippe Brandt told The Associated Press that "the situation is under control" and nobody on the flight was injured.
Further details of the incident will be released at a news conference at 2 a.m. U.S. CT.
Brandt says the airport remains closed.
The plane was scheduled to fly to Rome, but landed in Geneva around 12:00 midnight U.S. CT.