A Spaniard running a tourism business in Northern Ireland is wanted in his homeland for alleged terrorism offences, a court was told today. Arturo Arteaga, 32, appeared in court after being arrested in west Belfast in the early morning under a European warrant. No details of his alleged offences were revealed during the brief hearing at Belfast's Laganside Court before Recorder Tom Burgess. A defence barrister told the judge his client would be fighting the extradition. He said he had been in Northern Ireland for the last three or four years and had established a tourism business. A flyer advertising the business was shown to the judge who agreed to grant bail under tight conditions. Arteaga, who appeared in the dock handcuffed to a court guard, made no comment during the hearing.