By Adrian Blomfield in Moscow
London Daily Telegraph
Millions of airline passengers travelling through Russia will soon have to take a lie detector test as part of new security measures. The technology, to be introduced at Moscow's Domodedovo airport as early as July, is intended to identify terrorists and drug smugglers. If successful, it could revolutionise check-ins.
Passengers will pick up the handset of a "truth verifier" machine while they are asked questions. Apparently the machine, developed by an Israeli company, can even establish whether answers come from the memory or the imagination.