Sheffield dentistry student accused of terror offences due to stand trial next week

A Sheffield dentistry student is due to stand trial at Sheffield Crown Court on Monday, accused of three terror charges.
A Sheffield dentistry student is due to stand trial at Sheffield Crown Court on Monday, accused of three terror charges.

A Sheffield dentistry student is due to stand trial at Sheffield Crown Court on Monday, accused of three terror charges.

Mohammed Abbas Idris Awan pleaded not guilty to a charge of engaging in conduct in preparation of a terrorist act on or before June 6 this year during at hearing at Sheffield Crown Court on November 7.

The 24-year-old also denied two counts of possessing a document or record of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

He was remanded in custody by Judge Paul Watson QC and is due to go on trial at Sheffield Crown Court on Monday, November 20.