US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said that the US is considering imposing a blanket ban on carrying laptops in the cabins of all fights coming in and leaving from the US.
He said the move was being considered in an attempt to combat all kinds of sophisticated threats.
He said "we're going to raise the bar generally speaking for aviation much higher."
A distant-relative of the King of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad is being sued by an Egyptian businessman Abdallah, who is claiming $42.5 million from him.
The case, over arrangements to meet Bollywood stars including ShahRukh Khan, is being heard at the London HC.
The businessman claimed that the sheikh reneged after meeting 4 stars, out of the list of 26; thereby causing losses to him.
North Korea has test-fired a short-range ballistic missile which flew for six minutes before landing in the Sea of Japan.
The test, the latest in a series of missile launches, defied US President Donald Trump who on May 26 vowed that the North Korean problem "will be solved."
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe condemned today's launch vowing "concrete action" against North Korea.