France Arrests More in Church-Attack Terror Plot

On Saturday, French officers arrested Two men in connection with a failed terror plot to attack a church near Paris in April.
In a brief statement, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said the two new suspects, both in their 30s, were arrested at dawn Sunday at their homes in Paris' western suburbs.
Authorities say Sid Ahmed Ghlam, a computer science student, planned an attack on churches south of Paris, and is suspected in the killing of a woman nearby.
He was arrested April 26 after apparently shooting himself by accident. Investigators have said Ghlam received instructions from someone in Syria before implementing the plot.
Cazeneuve said officers are still collecting evidence from the homes of those arrested.