The World From Berlin New Airline Security Measures Are 'Blind Overreaction'

The foiled attempt to blow up a US airliner on Christmas Day has sparked tough new security measures on trans-Atlantic flights. German media commentators say treating passengers like would-be terrorists when they're on board aircraft won't make them any safer.
A passenger being checked at the Düsseldorf Airport in Germany. Airports and airlines around the world have beefed up security on flights to the US.

A passenger being checked at the Düsseldorf Airport in Germany. Airports and airlines around the world have beefed up security on flights to the US.

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David Crossland
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