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Friday, 5 October, 2001, 13:26 GMT 14:26 UK
Terror suspect remanded in custody
Police arrive at Belmarsh
A session of Bow Street magistrates court was held near Belmarsh prison
A London man charged under the Terrorism Act with training others to use weapons has been remanded in custody for a further week.

Sulayman Balal Zainulabidin, 43, of Greenwich, south east London, faced one count relating to "providing instruction or training in the making or use of firearms, explosives, or chemical, biological or nuclear weapons" on or before 1 October.

He also faced a second charge that he "invited others as yet unknown to receive instruction or training in the making or use of firearms, explosives, or chemical, biological or nuclear weapons" on or before 1 October.

The former kitchen assistant at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London was charged by Scotland Yard on Thursday night.

At a special session of Bow Street magistrates court, held near Belmarsh high-security prison in London on Friday, Mr Zainulabidin, who spoke only to confirm his name, was remanded to appear again on 12 October.

Tyrone Smith, defending, said Mr Zainulabidin denied the allegations.

No application for bail was made.

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