04/12/2019

Irish Woman To Be Charged Over Terrorist Offence

An Irish citizen arrested on suspicion of terrorist offences has been charged to appear in court.

The 38 year-old will appear before a sitting of the District Court, Criminal Courts of Justice today, Wednesday 04 December.

It comes after her arrest at Dublin Airport on Sunday following her deportation from Turkey.

Gardaí investigating the case had secured a 24 hour extension period to the woman's detention on Tuesday.



(JG/CM)

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