Canada arrests two brothers on terrorism charges

Police called on Canadians to be vigilant, but did not provide details of the alleged terrorist activity.

Canadian police arrested two brothers on terrorism-related charges Friday, less than three months after the country suffered two Islamist-related attacks — one of them on the nation’s parliament.

Ashton Carleton Larmond and Carlos Larmond were charged with counts related to terrorist activities, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said in a statement.

They were both listed as 24 years old and appear to be twins.

Carlos was apprehended at Montreal’s international airport just before departing to “travel overseas for terrorist purposes,” the police said. Ashton was charged with “facilitating terrorist activity” and participating in a terrorist group.
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