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No-Fly Gaps Irk Airlines, DHS

The U.S. government’s no-fly list has shortcomings that could allow suspected terrorists and people with ties to terrorism to board U.S.-bound airplanes from overseas, U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials said. Foreign and U.S. carriers departing for the United States are required to check each passenger’s name against the no-fly list before takeoff, but some airlines complain that they sometimes do not have access to the full, or most up-to-date, version.Full Story

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