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Weekly Update: TSA Firearm Detections

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers prevented four travelers from carrying guns onto their flights in a two-day span at Philadelphia International Airport checkpoints. Keep Reading

UN Calls for Arms Embargo on Myanmar

The United Nations independent human rights expert on Myanmar has called on countries that have not yet done so, to impose an arms embargo on the country urgently, to stop the “massacre” of citizens across the country. Keep Reading

U.K. Launches Cycling Club for Emergency Service Workers

The cycling club, which is affiliated to British Cycling, is open to riders from the police, the NHS, fire and rescue services, HM Coastguard, the RNLI, HM Prison Service, the armed forces, the National Crime Agency and search and rescue organizations. And the club is ready to grow overseas too. Keep Reading

FAA Proposes Hefty Penalties for Unruly Air Passengers

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes civil penalties ranging from $9,000 to $32,750 against four airline passengers for allegedly interfering with and, in two cases, assaulting flight attendants who instructed them to obey cabin crew instructions and various federal regulations.  Keep Reading

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