Havoc at Olympic Airport as Security Tightens in Rio de JaneiroBy
Passengers face extra screening for domestic flights in Brazil
Rio de Janeiro to host first South American games from Aug. 5
Airport staff in Rio de Janeiro’s Santos Dumont had never seen anything like it. Just 18 days before the start of the Olympics, security lines were so long they snaked around the entire second floor of the terminal.
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