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Newquay Man Admits Terrorism Offences

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3:43pm 9th January 2015

A Newquay man has pleaded guilty to three terrorism charges.

Lyes Outiren admitted possessing material that could be useful to someone planning a terror attack, including an e-book on how to make bombs.

The French-Algerian appeared at Kingston Crown Court on Friday where he also admitted sending emails to an Al Qaeda magazine.

The 44 year old has been remanded in custody and will be sentenced on the 30th January.

3:43pm 9th January 2015

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