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Airport Security #1108663

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 21, 2017
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Las Vegas airport: David Kerley) The Homeland Security's emergency order banning all electronics {except cell phones} in plane cabins flying to the US from the Middle East & north Africa due to new threats found by intelligence examined; map of countries shown. [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says terrorism groups target aviation.] [Former couunterterrorism coordinator John COHEN†- says the United Kingdom has a ban, too.] The reasons for waiting till Friday to implement this ban discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas; Washington: Martha Raddatz) The background to the electronics ban based on intelligence about terrorists discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Kerley, David;
Raddatz, Martha

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