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Much tighter security at US airports this summer

Brussels airport bombings trigger new security measures with realisation that "public areas of the world are vulnerable, by definition", says TSA head

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The US Transportation Security Administration says people will see a much more visible police presence at US airports in the months to come and an increase in bomb-sniffing dogs as fast as they can be trained.

Washington

TRAVELLERS who are expected to pass through US airports in near record numbers this summer can expect to be sniffed by more dogs, scrutinised by more armed police officers and faced with longer security lines. The reason, in a word: Brussels.

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