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The police noted that if proven, the charges against Mehdi would be serious in this case and they could gain significance over that of his role as an IS sympathiser.
It is also said that the police were also trying to lure IS sympathisers by sending them direct messages from Mehdi's Twitter handle.
THE MAOISTS have lost some of their sympathisers with their attempt to derail the New Delhi- Puri Purushottam Express early morning on Wednesday.
We are applying a zero tolerance policy towards anyone who is involved in any act of terror and under any form, be it through direct support, plotting, scheming, or harbouring suspects," the security agency told the sympathisers.
Based on intelligence inputs from the IB and intelligence units of various states, a report has been shared with the Union home ministry on the ISIS sympathisers who are under surveillance.
Police also seized four mobile phones and important documents from the sympathisers.
Estimated at 10,000 persons according to security sources and 30,000 according to the organisers, the participants in the rally staged a march to Habib Bourguiba avenue to join thousands of partisans and sympathisers of the Popular Front and citizens who gathered on the main artery of capital centre for the commemoration ceremonies of the 40th day of Chokri Belaid's death.
Mr Armstrong, aged 35, of Warwick, the director of employee relations at BL Cars, was shot in both legs by terrorists believed to be Provisional IRA sympathisers who burst into the room at Trinity College, Dublin, where he was speaking at a conference on industrial relations.
The plan is alleged to have involved extremist sympathisers with the Fathers 4 Justice campaigning group.
Aussie sympathisers IT'S only right Englishmen should be magnaminous in defeat but all this nonsense about Australia being good losers is absolute nonsense.
It is believed IRA sympathisers may be hiding him in Britain or Ireland.
The Al Qaeda Sympathisers (AQS) carried out around half a dozen bombing raids in Sana'a and Aden demanding the release of 173 detainees, allegedly linked to the Al Qaeda network.