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A British Army reject accused of travelling to Syria to fight against ISIS faces a retrial over allegations he attended a terrorist training camp.
Aidan James, 28, of Formby, Merseyside, had no previous military experience when he allegedly set out in 2017 to fight with the YPG Kurdish militia.
Prosecution - Training - Marxist - Group - PKK
The prosecution alleged that he received training from the banned Marxist group PKK, before joining YPG units - or People's Protection Units - in Syria.
A jury today said they could not agree verdicts after deliberating for 14 hours.
Father-of-one - Conduct - Preparation - Acts - Charges
The father-of-one had denied engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts and two charges of attending a place used for terrorist training.
The PKK is proscribed in Britain because it has fought a terrorist campaign in Turkey, but the UK has supported the YPG, who form the main contingent of the anti-ISIS forces.
Jurors - Groups
Jurors were told he fought alongside banned groups...
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