Report: Jihadi suspect arrested at Dublin Airport

It has been reported that a jihadi suspect has been arrested in Dublin.

The French-Algerian man is said to have been arrested at Dublin Airport this morning.

He is said to have been monitored by international agencies.

The 34-year-old was arrested at Dublin Airport this morning on suspicion of travelling with a false passport.

He is currently appearing before a sitting of Dublin District Court.

Update at 7.15pm

A man, who was arrested at Dublin Airport this morning, on suspicion of travelling with a false passport has been remanded in custody.

The 34 year-old man appeared before a sitting of Dublin District Court this evening.

He has been remanded in custody to appear in court on the 20th of January.

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