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U.S. to ban some airline passengers from carrying larger electronics

Reuters India Tuesday, 21 March 2017 ()
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Passengers travelling on certain U.S.-bound foreign airline flights will have to check electronic devices larger than a cell phone once U.S. authorities formalise a new ban in response to an unspecified terrorism threat, U.S. officials told Reuters on Monday.
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