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US, Britain ban laptops on flights from certain Middle Eastern, African countries

US, Britain ban laptops on flights from certain Middle Eastern, African countries

U.S. officials, citing intelligence information about terrorist threats, have banned electronic devices larger than a smartphone in the passenger cabins of international flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and African countries. Shortly afterward, Britain announced a similar ban. The airlines that serve the eight countries — Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab…

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U.S. officials, citing intelligence information about terrorist threats, have banned electronic devices larger than a smartphone in the passenger cabins of international flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and African countries. Shortly afterward, Britain announced a similar ban. The airlines that serve the eight countries — Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab…


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