New bail allows Internet use

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A man accused of attending weapons training in Syria has had his bail varied to allow him to use the Internet in college.

Eamon Bradley (26), of Coshquin, accused of attending a weapons and explosives training camp in Syria between April and October last year and possession of a grenade with intent to endanger life or property in Syria, had been denied Internet access at the High Court in Belfast.

District judge Barney McElholm varied his bail to allow him Internet use as he was now studying at NW Regional College.