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US temporarily bans most electronics on Middle Eastern airlines

engadget Monday, 20 March 2017 ()
The US just made traveling to certain parts of the world considerably more complicated, at least if you're a technology fan. Middle Eastern and African airlines (including Royal Jordanian and Saudia) say the US has asked them to institute a 96-hour...
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News video: U.S. barring some Middle Eastern airlines from allowing electronics on board

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Intel about a possible threat has prompted the U.S. to ban electronics on U.S.-bound airline flights from eight countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Chip Reid has more.

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