After what were described as "wide-ranging and lengthy conciliation negotiations," the European Parliament and representatives from the 27 EU member states reached an agreement Friday on revision of the regulatory framework for aviation security. The proposal seeks to replace the present legislation adopted in the aftermath of 9/11. "I am glad that we found an agreement which will increase security and balance antiterrorism measures and passengers' rights," EP Transport Committee Chairman ...

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