'We have seen viable printer bombs in the hold'
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Security analyst: 'We have seen viable printer bombs in the hold'

Dr Sally Leivesley, an aviation adviser to companies and governments, says the ban on electronic devices in the cabin of some planes is a smart move that is "probably overdue".

She told the Today programme hold screening can detect devices equipped with bombs, and screening happening now has actually found "viable printer bombs" in the hold.

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