The US Dept. of Homeland Security Friday began implementing enhanced, "more flexible" security protocols for international flights to the US, including additional screening of passengers matching "current, intelligence-driven and threat-based characteristics." The new measures, "tailored to reflect the most current information available to the US government," will supersede those put in place following the failed Christmas Day attempt to detonate a bomb ...

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