U.S. issues security guidance to international airports, airlines

The U.S. on Tuesday reminded some international airports and air carriers about security steps for travelers bound for the U.S., urging them to protect against threats from liquid explosives and explosives hidden inside a traveler's body. Department of Homeland Security spokesman Matt Chandler said the purpose of the guidance was "to underscore the importance of these ongoing measures to air carriers and foreign government partners." He also said that the department knew of no credible threat or plot against the U.S.

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