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Terror threat prompts electronics ban on flights from eight countries

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News video: Terror threat prompts electronics ban on flights from eight countriesThe U.S. is introducing new security measures in response to a potential terror threat against some flights from the Middle East and North Africa. The new ban prevents passengers from carrying electronic devices larger than a phone inside the cabin of commercial airliners. Jeff Pegues reports.

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