The interception of two packages containing sophisticated bombs last Friday sent from Yemen via package/express giants UPS and FedEx and the revelation Sunday that one of the packages traveled on a Qatar Airways passenger flight are likely to draw further scrutiny into the international shipment of express packages and could lead to new security regulations affecting both express/freight and combination carriers. On Sunday, Qatar Airways confirmed that "a recent courier consignment ...

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