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Woman Removed From Paris-Cincinnati Plane

A woman was taken off a Paris-to-Cincinnati flight just before it left France on Tuesday because of suspicious wires poking out of her leather motorcycle jacket. Security officials later determined she was not a threat. It turned out that the jacket was designed to heat up like an electric blanket to keep the wearer warm, officials said. However, as a precaution, Delta Flight 43 was kept a half-mile away from the terminal at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport after it landed. U.S. officials said they planned to re-screen passengers and baggage. The nation is under orange alert, the second-highest of five color-coded terrorism threat levels. The government has started photographing and fingerprinting foreigners arriving at U.S. airports, and some international flights have been canceled or delayed because of terrorism fears. Full Story

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