U.S. Seeks Tougher EU Flight Security

The Bush administration demands the EU approve a list of air security increases, including armed guards on all flights. Europe may resist

Armed guards on all trans-Atlantic flights and a multiday waiting period for Europeans looking to travel to the US -- those are two of seven bold new measures the US is asking the European Union to implement in an effort to boost transatlantic airline security.

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