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26.08.2022 Twitter users react to TSA screening bald eagle at North Carolina airport: 'He is gorgeous!'
A bald eagle named Clark recently went through TSA security in North Carolina while traveling home to the World Bird Sanctuary after flying at a university convocation.
The U.S. State Department has issued a travel advisory for American travelers heading to Mexico, warning them of an "increased risk of crime and kidnapping."
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