A Spanish man has been arrested for inciting terrorism after selling clothing, including T-shirts and babygrows, depicting Islamic State executions.

The man, from Narón, a town in the northwestern region of Galicia, was arrested on Tuesday evening by officers from Spain's National Police on charges of "inciting jihadist terrorism" and "humiliating the victims of terrorism".

The man owned a shop, which also operated online, that distributed material related to Islamic State all over Spain and Portugal, according to Spain's Interior Ministry, which added that the man was also accused of inciting terrorism.

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