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LOGAN AIRPORT

Long delays and frayed nerves test travelers

Officer Luis Feliciano led his explosives-detecting dog down the aisle of a Silver Line bus bound for Logan Airport yesterday, getting the attention of little Ella Moye-Gibbons of Dorchester.
Officer Luis Feliciano led his explosives-detecting dog down the aisle of a Silver Line bus bound for Logan Airport yesterday, getting the attention of little Ella Moye-Gibbons of Dorchester. (Globe Staff Photo / Janet Knott) Globe Staff Photo / Janet Knott
By Ari Bloomekatz and Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / August 11, 2006

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Airport workers yelled ``No liquids, no liquids!" to nervous passengers in sprawling lines as terrorism once again cast a shadow over Logan International Airport, where a rapidly bolstered security force yesterday confiscated thousands of portable liquid containers. (Full article: 845 words)

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