Spain's National Court is hearing the case of a man accused of trying to sell Isis T-shirts online, days before the start of another trial over the same charges.

The trial begins on Wednesday for Octavio Cadelo, who is charged with glorifying terrorism by trying to sell Isis T-shirts online, news agency Efe reports.

Last October, Cadelo was acquitted by the National Court, with the judges ruling that although the images on the garments were "provocative", they did not praise or justify "terrorist acts or perpetrators".

Prosecutors say that just eight days before the first trial began, Cadelo posted a video on YouTube called "shirts of the Islamic State", in which he informed viewers that he had a new website for selling his products.

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