U.S. tightens security on electronics at overseas airports
July 7, 2014
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The TSA says passengers may be required to turn on their cell phones on U.S.-bound planes at some overseas airports, as part of heightened security measures announced last week amid security concerns over terror plots. Mana Rabiee reports.
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