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Dutch to install MMW full-body scanners at Amsterdam airport; others in planning stages

CNN, others
30 December 2009

Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport will begin using body scanners on all passengers taking flights to the United States following the attempted terrorist attack on a U.S.-bound flight on Christmas Day, the Dutch interior minister said Wednesday.

The millimeter-wave body scanners will be in place in about three weeks, Dutch Interior Minister Guusje ter Horst told a news conference at The Hague.

Full story from CNN
Related article: Chicago O'Hare to get full-body scanners (Chicago Sun-Times)
Forty scanners already in place, including at Kennedy Airport (New York Daily News)