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A man has been charged with helping ISIS using a USB stick hidden in his cufflinks

A man has been charged with six terrorism offences after allegedly helping ISIS using a USB stick that he hid in one of his cufflinks, Ars Technica UK reports. Samata Ullah, 33, from Cardiff, allegedly provided training in encryption programs for ISIS members. Ullah was arrested in a Cardiff street on September 22 following an investigation by the Metropolitan Police counter terrorism command and the Welsh extremism and counterterrorism unit.
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