New U.S. airport screening measures for 14 nations

01/4/2010 | NYTimes.com

U.S. authorities revealed travelers coming from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and 11 other nations would be subject to intensified airport security protocols, including full-body pat-downs and increased baggage security checks. The new protocols apply to known state sponsors of terrorism and so-called countries of interest.

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