Incheon International Airport in Seoul, in a bid to step up security, plans to install additional X-Ray scanners and metal detectors to check arriving passengers' carry-on baggage. The plan has met with obstacles, however. The customs department is unsure where to position the additional eight scanners and 12 metal detectors, while immigration authorities question the need to check carry-on bags that have already been inspected at the point of departure. The proposed X-ray scanning ...

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