A man who was arrested over an alleged terror attack plot has been released without charge.
The 36 year-old, of Burngreave, Sheffield, was among four men who were arrested in Derbyshire and South Yorkshire on December 19 as part of an investigation by the Counter Terrorism Policing North East (CTPNE) unit.
"We would like to reassure the public that public safety remains our priority at all times.
"Extensive enquiries have satisfied the investigation that there are no grounds to charge him with any offences.
"South Yorkshire Police and Derbyshire Police continue to work closely with their partners and communities to reassure local people and protect the public."
A 21-year-old man, from the Fir Vale area of Sheffield, who was arrested on December 29, is still in custody.
Two of the men arrested on December 19 - Chesterfield fish-and-chip shop owner Andy Star, 31, and Farhad Salah, 22, from Sheffield - have been charged with one count of engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism.
The men, both Kurdish Iraqis, are due to appear at the Old Bailey in London on January 19.
A 41-year-old man from Meersbrook in Sheffield, who was also arrested on December 19, was released on December 23.
Two men are fighting for their lives after a New Year's Day knife attack in a Sheffield bar.
The men, both in their 20s, were among five injured when violence flared at Crystal on Carver Street at around 2.20am this morning.
The five men were all taken to hospital with knife or slash wounds, with two of the victims said to have suffered life threatening injuries. Their conditions are described as critical but stable.
The other three men were treated for superficial injuries.
"A number of people have been injured following an incident in Sheffield city centre overnight.
"At around 2.20am this morning, emergency services were called to Crystal Bar in Carver Street in the city centre, following reports of an altercation in which several people had suffered stab or slash wounds.
"Five men in their 20s were taken to hospital, where three of the men were found to have superficial injuries.
"Two of the men suffered life-threatening injuries and remain in hospital in a critical but stable condition
"An investigation is in its early stages and officers remain in the Carver Street area carrying out enquiries."
Crime scene investigation officers are carrying out a search of the bar today and CCTV footage is being examined in a bid to trace those involved.
The police have closed the bar and a copy of a temporary closure notice has been posted outside Crystal. The notice states that the closure is needed to 'prevent nuisance or disorder' associated with the venue.
The closure of the bar will be discussed tomorrow by Sheffield magistrates.
Police are investigating following the discovery of a man’s body in the Worsbrough area of Barnsley this morning.
Just before 9.40am, police were called by ambulance staff to a property in Mayfield Crescent, where the body of a 30-year-old man was found.
At this time, the cause of death is not known and a post-mortem is expected to be carried out later this evening.
A 27-year-old woman who was also at the property has been arrested on suspicion of murder and currently remains in police custody.
Officers remain in the area carrying out enquiries to ascertain the exact circumstances surrounding the man’s death.
South Yorkshire Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision involving a cyclist and a car in Barnsley on Saturday evening which has left a teenage boy fighting for his life.
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The cyclist, a 17-year-old boy, sustained life threatening injuries in the collision and was taken to hospital.
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A bus passenger was stabbed and suffered a broken pelvis in an unprovoked attack in which another man was bitten by a dog.
The two men, aged 63 and 55, were on the X30 Handsworth service leaving Sheffield on the Parkway when an altercation broke out with a man and a woman who had got on the bus at Arundel Gate.
They had a Staffordshire bull terrier with them and attacked the two men. The 63-year-old was stabbed in the arm and broke his pelvis. The 55-year-old was bitten on the arm and suffered a cut to his neck.
Their attackers – thought to be in their early twenties – then jumped off the bus and headed across the Parkway in the direction of Park Hill flats.
The incident happened at around 9pm on June 16. South Yorkshire Police are now appealing for witnesses.
This incident appears to have been unprovoked and resulted in both men receiving nasty injuries.
We have carried out extensive enquiries, including reviewing CCTV and interviewing potential witnesses, however this has not led us to a positive identification of the suspects.
It happened on the night that England played Wales in the Euros and we are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
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