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Major U.S. cities deployed police in large numbers, some with heavy weapons patrolling transit hubs, after at least 30 people were killed in attacks on a Brussels airport and subway, though officials said there was no evidence of specific threats to the United States.New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said that although there was no specific threat against the city, he had beefed up police presence and deployed a 500-officer special anti-terrorism unit.In addition to the increased police presence, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo activated National Guard troops to provide extra security at New York City's two airports and at major railroad stations.ISIS was blamed for killing 130 people in Paris last November.Some travelers on Tuesday said they hoped airports would further tighten security following the Brussels attack.One Muslim traveler waiting for a flight at Kennedy airport said he worried he would face even more hostility as a result of the attacks.
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