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.
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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)