The European Parliament is unhappy with the apparent "arbitrary" nature of new security measures for carry-on luggage introduced last November at European airports. During a debate in Strasbourg, MEPs wondered whether the rules were necessary and criticized their implementation, citing rough behavior of security personnel and random application of the regulations as frequent problems. For example, mozzarella cheese is confiscated in certain airports yet allowed in others. The issue of ...

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