French police have been putting real plastic explosives into passengers' luggage at Charles de Gaulle airport to see if their bomb-sniffing dogs can find it. But the dogs failed to find the explosives slipped into one traveler's baggage. In fact, no one could find the bomb, which apparently made its way onto a plane that left the airport. French authorities say they will stop using real luggage in training sessions.
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