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European Airports to Roll Back Liquid Restrictions

European airports will loosen the restrictions on liquids allowed through security in January 2014.
01:52 | 11/12/2013

Transcript for European Airports to Roll Back Liquid Restrictions

Europe is now easing the ban on liquids on planes. Raising hopes that the tsa will soon do the same here in the u.S. David kerley is at reagan international airport with the latest. Reporter: Don't... See More
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