Man remanded in custody on charges connected to prison officer's death
A man has appeared in court in Northern Ireland on charges related to the murder of prison officer David Black.
The 41-year-old was arrested in Armagh on Tuesday following his extradition from the Republic, police said.
He was arrested for alleged offences of aiding and abetting murder; membership of a proscribed organisation; commissioning and instigating preparatory acts of terrorism; and committing and assisting acts of terrorism.
He appeared before Armagh Magistrates' Court on Tuesday and was remanded in custody until January 12, a Police Service of Northern Ireland statement said.
Mr Black was gunned down on a motorway near Lurgan in Co Armagh as he made his way to work in November 2012.