Protesters demonstrate outside Westminster Magistrates Court in London, on March 1, 2014, as former Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg appeared charged with providing terrorist training and funding terrorism in Syria. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
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A 20-year-old student appeared in an English court on Tuesday charged with aiding terrorism in Syria.Begg, who spent three years at the US detention camp in Cuba before being released without charge in 2005, is accused of providing terror training and funding terror abroad.Tahari's lawyer Gareth Peirce said outside court that he denied the charge and would therefore plead not guilty.Eight men aged between 29 and 43 have also been arrested as part of an alleged charity fraud in which police believe money intended to help victims of the Syrian conflict could have been used for terror or criminal activities.
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