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Last Updated: Monday, 26 March 2007, 11:54 GMT 12:54 UK
Loyalist Shoukri back in prison
Ihab Shoukri
Ihab Shoukri had been in England
The leading loyalist Ihab Shoukri is back in prison after appearing in court charged with handling stolen goods.

The charge is believed to have been connected with an alleged robbery in the Larne area on 17 March.

Earlier this month, Mr Shourkri, 33, was allowed to return to Northern Ireland from England after a High court judge altered his bail conditions.

He is accused of membership of the UDA and UFF. Mr Shoukri was brought back to Maghaberry prison on Saturday.

The move was ordered after he appeared before a magistrate.

It is understood that the public prosecution service is preparing to go to the High Court in a bid to have his bail revoked.






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