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Airports tighten security after Brussels attacks

Turnbull reassures Australians, blames Europe's porous borders, lax security for the blasts

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Airport security patrolling Rome's Fiumicino Airport (above) and Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Roissy, France. Security was tighter at airports around Asia on Wednesday, with South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand and India saying that they were deploying additional resources at the major hubs.

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Airport security patrolling Rome's Fiumicino Airport and Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Roissy, France (above). Security was tighter at airports around Asia on Wednesday, with South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand and India saying that they were deploying additional resources at the major hubs.

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SEVERAL countries have tightened or reviewed airport security following twin explosions at Brussels Airport, as Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday blamed Europe's porous borders and lax security for the attacks.

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