liquid explosive


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liquid explosive

Explosive which is fluid at normal temperatures.
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2 pieces equipment capable of detecting liquid explosives LEDS (Liquid Explosive Detection Systems) for the screening of liquids, aerosols and gels LAGs (liquids, gels and AEROSOLS);
Following the development of Liquid Explosive Detection Systems, the European Commission has revised the requirements for the screening of various items at U.
The Yemeni branch of al-Qaida has developed a new hard-to-detect liquid explosive that might be used in future terrorist attacks, US officials have said.
Compliance with these standards is evaluated by ECAC through stringent lab tests to measure technology against liquid explosive threat.
The men were recruited in 2006 by Abdulla Ahmed Ali, the ringleader of a group that planned to detonate liquid explosive bombs hidden in soft drink bottles on aircraft bound for the United States and Canada.
Prosecutors said they plotted to drill holes in the bottom of plastic drinks bottles, drain the contents and inject liquid explosive with a syringe before sealing the holes with glue.
Homeland security letdowns include liquid explosive detectors and scanners that can identify "dirty bombs" entering U.
Four suspects were arrested and a number of guns and containers full of liquid explosive material were seized in the operation," Shimari said, declining to give more details.
Police have launched a murder inquiry and believe the blast was caused by a gang of girls who poured liquid explosive through the 17-year-old's letterbox after a row over a boy.
The first device was an IED made up of two parts--a liquid explosive and a low-yield detonator.
The FBI's Hydrogen Peroxide Liquid Explosive Research Program
According to the Guardian, the suspects were going to disguise liquid explosive as bottles of soft drink and carry them in their hand luggage on to U.