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New security measures amount to 'virtual strip searches' and 'breast groping', critics and some travelers say.
US government calls foiling of plot a victory, but one explosive wound up on two Qatar Airways passenger flights.
Female suspect held in Sanaa a day after parcels containing explosive material sparked global security alert.
Investigations launched after discovery of explosives in packages shipped by air from Yemen to targets in the US.
US president says two packages containing explosives were being shipped by air from Yemen to "places of Jewish worship".
Soon after receiving a tip from Saudi Arabia, officials in several countries foiled a plot to bomb Jewish worship sites.
Investigation launched after suspicious packages sent from Yemen to US are found in cargo flights in UK and Dubai.
No explosives found after passenger is detained in suspected 'shoe-bomb' incident.
New policy means turbans will be subject to manual "pat-downs" by screening staff.

Airport security needs to do a better job of detecting unassembled bombs, the Transportation Security Administration says after an investigation showed bomb-making material had been smuggled through 21 airports.

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