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TSA testing tighter security for carry-on bags at 10 U.S. airports

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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been testing what it calls enhanced security procedures for carry-on bags at several airports in the United States, the agency said.

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The TSA public affairs office said the tighter security screening for luggage in the passenger cabin is being tested at 10 airports in the country, but did not identify which facilities are part of the plan.

Electronic devices larger than a cellphone are one of the main focuses of the intensified screening.

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