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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."
Two men accused of murdering an 18-year-old mother in Coventry in 1991 have been found not guilty by a jury.
Nigel Barwell and Thomas O'Reilly were acquitted at Birmingham Crown Court following a trial.
Nicola went missing in December 1991 while walking home from her boyfriend's house.
Barwell, 51, punched the air and mouthed: "Thank you very much" towards the jury, while O'Reilly, also 51, stood silently in the dock after hearing the verdict.
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The family of the bus driver who was involved in Saturday's crash has said he is "devastated to the core" about what has happened.Read the full story ›
The driver of a double-decker bus which crashed into a Sainsbury's killing two people is "devastated", his family said.
In a statement they expressed their "deepest and most sincere condolences to those involved".
They said of the 77-year-old: "Being a grandfather himself, he is devastated to the core by what has happened. We feel deeply for everyone affected by this terrible tragedy.
"He is a very quiet man, and a caring and devoted person. He has strong ties with the local community and has spent most of his life helping and thinking of others. This is just beyond anyone’s imagination.
"We would only ask that the privacy of the families is respected at this tragic time and the police are given space to complete their investigation."
Two people killed in a bus crash in Coventry at the weekend have been named by their families.
Rowan Fitzgerald, 7, of Leamington Spa and Dora Hancox, in her 70s, of Nuneaton, both died when a double decker bus collided with a supermarket.
Rowan’s cousin, an eight-year-old girl, was also injured and she remains in a stable condition in hospital.
The children were travelling with their grandparents on the bus when the accident happened.
Five other people were injured in the crash.
Inspector Paul Bennett, from West Midlands Police, said:
The families of Rowan and Dora have suffered a devastating loss. Like people the length and breadth of Britain, we extend our deepest sympathies to them during this time.
As they struggle to come to terms with their loss, they have chosen at this time not to release any images of their loved ones or to provide any words of tribute.
They have also asked for the media to respect their privacy as they grieve.
The bus driver, a 77-year-old man, has not been arrested but "continues to help investigators", police say.