Police evacuate the centre and set up a security cordon around the airport.
A suspicious Fed Ex package that was sent from Yemen has been confiscated in Dubai, a company spokeswoman confirms.
Suspicious package discovered at East Midlands Airport on a UPS plane, which was from Yemen and bound for Chicago in the US.
The device is later said to have been a printer toner cartridge with wires and powder, addressed to a synagogue in Chicago.
He announces the existence of a 'credible terrorist threat' and says two packages found in Dubai and East Midlands Airport 'apparently contain explosive material'.
Mr Obama says the packages originated in Yemen and that the Yemen-based terror group al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula is planning attacks against the US and its allies.
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