Two new arrests have been made in the failed Glasgow airport attack after houses were searched in several Scottish neighborhoods last night. The two men were 25 and 28 years old, and didn’t appear to be native to the country, the BBC reports. Seven suspects are now in custody.
The UK terror alert is at its highest level after the Scottish would-be bombing was linked to two explosives-laden cars discovered outside a London's West End Friday. At least two men arrested thus far had been working as doctors. (Read more Glasgow Airport stories.)