A woman has been arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences, West Midlands Police said on Wednesday.
The 28 year old was detained at an address in Coventry by counter-terror officers.
Following the arrest, police searched three addresses in the Foleshill and Radford areas of the city.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said: "The woman will be questioned throughout the day at a local police station. The arrest was pre-planned and intelligence led and there is no risk to public safety."
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The Foreign Secretary has revealed that the British Government can't prevent a terror suspect from the Black Country being extradited to India.
Paramjeet Singh Saini was granted asylum in the UK in 1999. The father of four from West Bromwich is wanted by the Indian government on murder and terrorism charges and is in jail in Portugal.
He was arrested there when he took his family on a Christmas holiday. He denies any involvement in the murder and terror attacks which happened in India in 2009.
Earlier his MP John Spellar led a delegation to the Foreign Office to ask that officials intervene and get him returned to his home in the West Midlands.
Mr Spellar, the MP for Warley, said if the Indian authorities have concerns about Mr Singh's refugee status they should raise them with the British Government.
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