A 38-year-old man from Bradford has been charged with terrorism offences following an investigation by the North East counter Terrorism Unit.
Sagheer Hussain has been charged with three offences of Disseminating Terrorist Publications, contrary to Section 2 of the Terrorism Act 2006.
He will appear before Westminster Magistrates Court tomorrow.
Hussain was arrested by officers from the CTU on January 14, 2016. A residential property in Bradford was searched in connection with this inquiry.
This investigation relates to posts made on social media sites.
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Plans for the HS3 route to go through Bradford will be discussed at a meeting today. West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) has issued a report which calls on Transport for the North (TfN) to include additional stops in its plans for HS3, including one in Bradford city centre.
The proposal, which has been welcomed by business and community leaders in the city, will be discussed at the WYCA meeting today.
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28-year-old Samia Shahid died after going to visit a sick relative in the northern Punjab last week. She was buried soon afterwards. Bradford West MP Naz Shah has called for her body to be exhumed.
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