Two More Arrests Made in U.K. Terrorism Plot

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British police have made two new arrests in connection with the car bomb attack on Glasgow's airport Saturday. The attack followed the discovery Friday of two explosives-laden cars in London that were disabled without injury.

According to a police statement, the two, aged 28 and 25 years, were detained as part of the investigation into the attack, in which two men rammed a Jeep into the Glasgow airport, shattering glass doors and starting a fire. They are not believed to be of Scottish origin.

Seven people have now been detained, and an investigation is continuing.



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