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Yemen's statement warned against 'rush decisions in a case as sensitive as this one and before investigations reveal the truth'.He told BBC News: 'The important thing is to remember that even when there are no incidents like this, there is still a huge and continuing threat from terrorism, not just al Qaida but its affiliates and in some cases from brand new groupings. but we have temporarily restricted your access to the Digital Library.Your activity appears to be coming from some type of automated process.Suspicious package discovered at East Midlands Airport on a UPS plane, which was from Yemen and bound for Chicago in the US.He added: 'What no government can guarantee is 100% success because, to use the old adage, we have to be successful every time in our counter terrorist operations, the terrorists only have to be successful once.'Mike Carrivick, chairman of the Board of Airline Representatives, which speaks for 80 UK carriers, said: 'Every time there is a new security scare, an extra layer of security is added.
Dubai police discovered parts of a computer printer with explosives loaded into its toner cartridge found in a package onboard a cargo plane coming from Yemen.
Yesterday, a woman was arrested in Yemen accused of posting the two bombs found on the planes U. officials said they believe the packages contain pentaerythritol trinitrate, or PETN – the same powerful explosive used in last year’s failed Christmas Day Detroit airliner attack by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who was trained in Yemen. Hours after the discovery at East Midlands, two UPS planes at Philadelphia airport were moved to a secure area and checked, while searches were also carried out on an aircraft arriving from the UK in Newark, New Jersey. and Britain have stepped up training, intelligence and aid to Yemen this year amid concerns that the country has become a major training ground for Al Qaeda and after specific warnings that it is targeting aircraft.
The latest situation also strengthens the US argument that it is right for America to insist on the tightest of security, and the fullest of information about passengers, for flights from the UK to the USA.
With the UK's Air Passenger Duty (APD) airport departure tax due to rise on Monday, longer queues at UK airport security points will add to the problems of an aviation industry that had begun to recover, in recent months, from the recession.- Early hours.
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