The case against a Derry man charged in connection with weapon and explosive training in Syria is still waiting for a file from the e-crime unit of the PSNI Derry Magistrate's Court was told today.
Eamonn Bradley (26) of Benview Estate in Derry faces two charges of providing weapon and explosive training and possessing explosives with intent to endanger life on dates between April 1 and October 28 2014.
At today's hearing a prosecution solicitor told the court that they were still waiting for a file from the e-crime unit.
She added that computer downloads were now in possession of the investigating officer and there were 9,000 images that had to be examined.
Defence solicitor Mr. Paddy MacDermott said that the defence hoped to move towards a preliminary enquiry soon.
The case was adjourned for four weeks and Bradley was released on continuing bail.
Bradley who appeared in court with a neatly trimmed beard did not speak during the brief hearing.