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A British-Libyan man has appeared in court accused of a terrorism offence.
Abdul Rahman Benhammedi, 20, appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court accused of possession of an article for a purpose connected with terrorism.
The charge relates to a USB memory stick containing sniper training manuals, the court heard.
Benhammedi, from Whalley Range, was stopped at Manchester Airport on July 4 as he returned from Libya.
The court heard that he holds dual British and Libyan nationality.
He was remanded him in custody to appear next at the Old Bailey on July 31.
A man has been charged with terror offences.
20-year-old Abdul Rahman Benhammedi, from Whalley Range in Manchester, is charged with the possession of an article for a purpose connected with terrorism, contrary to section 57(1) of the Terrorism Act 2000.
He is due before Westminster Magistrates Court today, Friday 11 July 2014.