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Russia's deputy prime minister said "I do not have any reaction" when asked about the latest security warning from the U.S., that terrorists traveling on Russia-bound planes might try to smuggle explosives in toothpaste tubes.

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak told reporters, "If this information is confirmed, it means that our special services will work on the information about this threat."

Lou Ferrara, managing editor for sports at the Associated Press, joins Here & Now's Robin Young from Sochi.

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  • Lou Ferrara, managing editor for sports at the Associated Press. He tweets @LouFerrara.

This segment aired on February 6, 2014.

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