By SOF Editor on Tue, 01/05/2010 - 11:34am
Cuba has described as "anti-terrorist paranoia" new U.S. rules that tighten security checks for airline passengers who travel from or through the Caribbean island and 13 other countries en route to the United States.
Cuban authorities criticized the new security policies Monday in an article published in the state-run Granma newspaper. The article noted that the United States accuses Cuba of supporting terrorism.
The new security procedures follow the botched Christmas Day bombing attempt on a Detroit-bound U.S.