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  Posted on: Monday, July 7, 2014
US increases security at foreign airports, with focus on cellphone, other electronic devices
Fox News

Passengers taking international flights into the United States now must have their cellphones and other electronic devices pass additional inspection before boarding planes, as part of the Transportation Security Administration’s most recent strategy to protect against the threat of a new type of terror attack.


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