Northern Ireland

Man in Londonderry court over Easter rally

A 28-year-old man has appeared in court in Londonderry on terrorist charges linked to an Easter commemoration in the city this year.

Frank Quigley, from Elmwood Road, is accused of arranging or managing a meeting in support of the IRA in April.

He is also charged with aiding and abetting people in the wearing of clothing to arouse a reasonable suspicion that the wearers were IRA members or supporters.

Mr Quigley was released on bail.

A night time curfew and a number of other conditions were imposed.

He is due to appear again on 7 July.