PARIS–Ahead of a meeting between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the European Commission (EC) on May 17, European airports have warned that an extension of the U.S. electronics ban to their facilities would have “highly disruptive and far-reaching consequences.” Since March, in response to the threat of terrorism, the U.S. has required passengers on flights originating in 10 Middle Eastern airports in eight predominantly Muslim countries to place ...


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