Officials in the US say some passengers at overseas airports will be asked to turn on their phones under new security measures.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said it will require some foreign airports to order passengers to turn on devices such as mobile phones. Any that do not power up will not be allowed on flights to the US, and those travellers may have to undergo additional screening.
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