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International Flyers Notice More Security Following Moscow Attack

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This screen grab shows the aftermath of a terror bombing in Moscow. (CBS)

This screen grab shows the aftermath of a terror bombing in Moscow. (CBS)

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CHICAGO (CBS) – The international arrivals terminal at O’Hare Airport is open to the public, similar to the one at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport.  

 As passengers cleared customs late this afternoon, many said they hadn’t heard about the bombing in Moscow that killed dozens.

Braneedh Chindhakundla flew into Chicago from London, on a flight that originated in Moscow.  He said nothing was announced at London’s airport or on the flight but he did notice security was tighter than it had been in the past.

Renee Cohen waited more than an hour for her sister to fly in from Mexico.  She said she felt horrible about the bombings and admitted it made her think twice about standing around in the waiting area. 

 “I’m a little more uncomfortable,”  she told CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov.

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