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Two arrested in Canada over terror bomb plot: police

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police team keep watch from the roof of the Government Conference Center, November 16, 2001. Canadian police said Tuesday they had arrested two people "inspired by Al-Qaeda" who allegedly plotted to bomb the provincial legislature in western British Columbia. (AFP/File)

Canadian police said Tuesday they had arrested two people "inspired by Al-Qaeda" who allegedly plotted to bomb the provincial legislature in western British Columbia.

John Stewart Nuttall and Amanda Marie Korody -- who were detained Monday, Canada Day -- allegedly planned to use pressure cooker devices on the building in Victoria, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said.