Singapore’s Changi Airport is stepping up passenger security in light of possible lapses revealed in the aftermath of the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200, flight MH370. “In the light of MH370, the [Changi] security agencies have reviewed security measures and have enhanced some of the checks with stronger ground presence,” deputy assistant commissioner of police (airport police commander) Sam Tee said. Although at least 55,000 staff members carry a computerized ...

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