Yemen steps up airport security after bomb plot

Yemen steps up airport security after bomb plot
Yemen is tightening security at all of its airports in the aftermath of a plot to send bombs from Yemen to the United States, the country’s National Civil Aviation Security Committee said Monday.
“Every piece of cargo and luggage will go through extensive searching,” the committee said in a statement.
Cargo companies such as DHL, FedEx and UPS will be required to make more stringent checks before accepting any package, according to the committee.

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