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  Posted on: Tuesday, January 30, 2018
DHS plans tougher screening for refugees from 11 countries
AP

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Homeland Security is resuming normal processing of refugees from 11 countries that had previously only been admitted on a “case-by-case” basis.



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Transportation:
2/13/18   Students to help DHS S&T tackle air travel security issues
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1/28/18   Get those electronic devices out: new screening rule comes to St. Louis Lambert International
1/19/18   Researchers test millimeter wave imager for public transportation security screening
12/22/17   New simulator tool allows testing the explosive vulnerabilities of aircraft
12/19/17   DHS details security enhancements to Visa Waiver Program
12/18/17   GAO finds surface transportation security fails to prioritize risk, clearly define objectives
12/5/17   Supreme Court allows full enforcement of Trump travel ban
12/2/17   Final death toll in Somalia‚Äôs worst attack is 512 people
11/30/17   House bill would restore funding for federal programs that support surface transportation security
9/25/17   Soft target, hard problem: Keeping surface transportation secure
7/17/17   Automated security kiosk to shorten lines at airports, border crossings
6/29/17   U.S. imposes enhanced security measures on U.S.-bound flights from 105 countries
6/26/17   travel ban partly reinstated; fall court arguments set
6/16/17   TSA testing fingerprint identification technology for more-efficient passenger travel
6/13/17   TSA installs state-of-the-art body scanners at six Minnesota airports
5/30/17   Statement by Press Secretary Dave Lapan on Aviation Security
5/24/17   TSA Ensures Security Preparedness for High Summer Travel Volume
4/27/17   Explosions rock Damascus Airport following cargo flights from Iran
3/21/17   U.S.-bound flights from airports in 8 Muslim-majority countries to ban devices larger than cellphone on board
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