A dozen members of an Al-Qaeda cell have been arrested in England.
According to the Daily Telegraph the alleged terrorists were only days away from carrying out suicide bomb attacks over the Easter holiday.
The men were overheard discussing plans to launch the devastating attack in Manchester, England.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the alleged plot as "very big."
Security sources suspect the men got instructions from commanders in Pakistan.
Eleven of the men are Pakistani nationals in Britain on student visas.