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Police have released two men from the Derby area who were arrested over terrorism offences on Monday 12th December.
Police have decided that there are no grounds to charge the 22-year-old and the 27-year-old with any terrorism offences.
Four people remain in custody.
West Midlands Police Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale says convictions continue to send a clear message to those who think they are going to engage and support terror, that they will not get away with it.
Comments come after apprentice bricklayer from Birmingham was today convicted of trying to join the Islamic State terror group in Syria and "training" for battle at a local Midlands paint-balling centre.
The Assistant Chief Constable added that there are ongoing issues and challenges in the fight against terror, with encrypted devices and communications, police and security services must continue to develop their techniques and abilities.
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