Tokyo, Seoul Airports Step Up Security After Brussels Attacks

March 23, 2016 4:20 AM

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Tokyo, Seoul Airports Step Up Security After Brussels Attacks

Airports in Tokyo and Seoul increased security around terminals following the bomb attacks that killed at least 31 people in Brussels Tuesday.

Incheon airport, which serves Seoul, will add around 700 more staff for security monitoring and explosive detection, the operator Incheon International Airport Corp. said in an e-mailed statement Wednesday. Authorities will now closely check areas such as restrooms and garbage cans. Narita A irport,...

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