ABC News
  • Explosives Found In Packages From Yemen Bound For U.S.

    Two potentially explosive devices bound from Yemen to the U.S. were intercepted in Dubai and in the U.K. British authorities found a suspicious white powder in a toner cartidge, as well as other elements of a potential bomb.
    ABC News
  • Explosives Found In Packages From Yemen Bound For U.S.

    The toner cartidge found in a UPS package at East Midlands airport in England aroused suspicion because it was full of white, not black, powder.
    ABC News
  • Explosives Found In Packages From Yemen Bound For U.S.

    According to sources, the devices found in Dubai and England were constructed by gutting a toner cartridge and installing a complete improvised explosive inside it -- a detonator, main charge and cell phone initiator.
    ABC News
  • Explosives Found In Packages From Yemen Bound For U.S.

    One source gave an initial estimate that 10 to 14 ounces of homemade high explosive were contained in the devices.
    ABC News
  • Explosives Found In Packages From Yemen Bound For U.S.

    US fighter jets escorted Emirates Air flight 201 from Dubai into John F. Kennedy airport in New York City on Friday afternoon. According to a statement from NORAD, the plane was determined to be "an aircraft of interest."
    WABC/ABC News
  • Inside the Yemen Bomb Plot

    The cartridge was in a computer printer packed into a cardboard box.
    ABC News
  • Inside the Yemen Bomb Plot

    The device included an electrical circuit linked to a cell phone SIM card.
    ABC News
Join the Discussion
blog comments powered by Disqus
See It, Share It
PHOTO: Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff are seen at ABC Studios for Good Morning America on March 10, 2015 in New York.
Josiah Kamau/BuzzFoto/Getty Images
PHOTO: Former Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner arrives at the Annual Charity Day hosted by Cantor Fitzgerald and BGC Partners, in New York, Sept. 11, 2013.
Mark Von Holden/Invision/AP Photo
PHOTO: The Lamborghini SpA Urus sport-utility concept vehicle is unveiled during a Volkswagen AG event in Beijing, April 22, 2012.
Nelson Ching/Bloomberg/Getty Images
PHOTO: Researchers say that this skull, which shows two fractures believed to be created by blunt force trauma, is the earliest evidence of murder in human history.
Sala N/Arsuaga JL/Pantoja-Perez A/Pablos A/MartiĀ­nez I/Quam RM