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Passengers to face tighter screening at airports, but can still carry laptops

Passengers to face tighter screening at airports, but can still carry laptops

WASHINGTON — Homeland Security officials said Wednesday they will order stricter passenger screening and other new security measures for all flights entering the United States but will not bar laptop computers in carry-on luggage as airlines and passenger groups had feared.
The new order will cover about 2,000 flights a day from 280 airports in 105 countries, a move that could make international flying even more onerous just as the busy summer travel season starts.
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