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June 30th, 2014
10:03 PM ET

Undetectable bombs raise airport concerns

United States officials are considering new airport security measures due to increased concerns that terrorists are developing undetectable bombs that could be smuggled onto airplanes headed to the United States.

New airport security measures considered amid bomb concerns

OutFront to discuss these latest threats, CNN Military Analyst, retired Army Major General James "Spider" Marks and CNN counter-terrorism analyst, Philip Mudd, a former FBI and CIA official, who served as deputy director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center.


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