Interpol Sees Security Weaknesses In Aviation System

Interpol sees the airline industry and governments around the world as failing to fully protect passengers from terrorist threats, particularly regarding checking for stolen or missing passports. There were 986 million global international arrivals last year, but about 500 million were not checked...

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