1. A woman on a Turkish Pegasus Airlines flight from Morocco to Turkey reported feeling labor pains, prompting the pilot to make an emergency landing in Barcelona.
2. 27 other passengers left the plane without permission while the crew was distracted by the woman's labor. 13 were caught and 14 escaped into Spain.
5 of those caught agreed to reboard and continue their flight to Istanbul.
3. This is not the first time a passenger has faked an illness or injury in order to force an emergency landing in Spain; another incident occurred last November when 21 people escaped from a flight from Casablanca to Istanbul.
This article is generally reliable and trustworthy, as it cites its sources (AFP and cbsnews.com). The article does not appear to be biased or one-sided, as it presents both sides of the story - that of the woman who faked labor pains, as well as that of the passengers who attempted to escape without permission - fairly and objectively. It also provides evidence for its claims, such as mentioning that doctors confirmed that the woman was indeed pregnant but still had several months before her due date.
The article does not appear to be missing any points of consideration or evidence for its claims, nor does it contain any promotional content or unexplored counterarguments. It also notes possible risks associated with this incident, such as people escaping without permission from a plane in mid-flight, which could have posed a safety risk for both passengers and crew members alike. All in all, this article appears to be balanced and unbiased in its reporting of this incident.