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Airlines impacted by Britain's cabin ban on electronic devices on flights from some Middle East and North Africa countries have until Saturday to implement the measure, officials said Wednesday.The move came hours after the U.S. government warned that extremists plan to target passenger jets with bombs hidden in electronic devices, and issued a ban affecting passengers carrying such items onto flights from 10 airports around eight countries.EasyJet announced that it is implementing the measure from Wednesday, advising customers to arrive early as they may face extra security checks at the airport.A spokesman for the Interior Ministry said the government had been informed about the U.S. measures.
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