Florida university reopens for classes after bomb scare

The University of Central Florida's main campus has reopened for classes after police found a series of "improvised explosive devices" in a hall of residence, the university's website says.

A statement on the university's Facebook page said: "Explosive materials have been rendered safe and will be removed from campus by noon."

The building where the devices were found remains closed and students living there are not allowed to return to collect any belongings.