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Second suspect granted bail in Canadian terror case

A man arrested last month in connection with what Canadian police say was an al Qaeda-inspired plot that aimed to blow up targets around southern Ontario has been granted bail, a prosecution spokesman said on Thursday. Ahmad Ghany, 21, is the second suspect in the case to be released on bail. Police accuse him of being part of a group that they allege discussed storming the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa and detonating bombs at targets in downtown Toronto. Full Story

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