A passenger talks with a Turkish Airlines manager beside a check-in counter at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California on March 21, 2017. / AFP / Mark RALSTON
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Turkey Wednesday stepped up its objections to U.S. restrictions on large electronic devices on flights from some airports in the country and other regional hubs, saying it punished travellers instead of tackling the problem.Britain and the United States Tuesday banned laptops and tablet computers from the passenger compartment of flights from Turkey as well as several Middle East and North African nations.The U.S. ban affects eight countries including Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Morocco.His comments come after Turkish Transport Minister Ahmet Arslan said Ankara would ask the U.S. to reverse the ban.
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