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Last Updated: Saturday, 8 July 2006, 12:11 GMT 13:11 UK
Man remanded over terror charges
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Greater Manchester Police raided eight addresses in Bolton
A man charged with terrorism offences has been remanded in custody at Bow Street Magistrates' Court in London.

Omar Altimimi, 36, of East Bank Street, Bolton, faces four charges under the Terrorism Act 2000.

Yusuf Abdullah, 29, of Bradford Avenue, Bolton, who is charged with two criminal property and wrongful credit offences, was also remanded in custody.

Both men were arrested following eight raids by Greater Manchester Police in Bolton on 27 June.

Mr Altimimi is accused of possession of articles for the purposes of terrorism and three counts of possessing records for the purposes of terrorism.

He also faces a charge under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Mr Abdullah's charges are under the Proceeds Of Crime Act and Theft Act.

Both men were remanded in custody to Belmarsh prison to appear before Horseferry Road Magistrates' Court, London, by video link on 4 August.

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