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    Metal-Detecting Gloves Make Debut in Moscow Airport

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    The Moscow Domodedovo Airport is testing metal-detecting gloves.

    The new device has proved more "sensitive" than the usually applied metal detector wand. In addition, it makes the security check 15 percent faster.

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