The family of Hollie Clark from Cardiff are holding a recruitment drive to help find her a match for an urgent bone marrow transplant.
Leaders of a Cardiff mosque, attended by 3 young men who are now fighting in Syria, say they had nothing to do with their radicalisation.
The brother of a British jihadi fighter who featured in an Isis promotional video in Syria says he was not radicalised by his local mosque.
Four men arrested as part of an investigation into slavery offences spanning a 26-year period have been bailed.
The arrests are part of the ongoing Operation Imperial investigation - led by Gwent Police - into alleged offences of slavery, servitude, forced labour, false imprisonment, kidnap and assaults.
A Gwent Police spokesperson said the men had been released on bailed pending further enquiries.
Footballer Gareth Bale is the latest celebrity to help raise funds and awareness for a Cardiff schoolgirl's bone marrow donor campaign.
Celebrities including Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton have already posed for pictures with their pants on their heads as part of a campaign for eight-year-old Hollie Clarke who needs a bone marrow transplant.
Gwent Police say the four men arrested on suspicion of slavery and servitude offences were arrested after two alleged victims came forward.
BREAK: 26 years in slavery.... One of the alleged victim's claims that prompted @gwentpolice to make 4 arrests earlier today
2 alleged victims are now "safe and being supported by police". Arrests followed information from the public
26 years in slavery/servitude is one of the longest timespans for this type of alleged crime in the UK
Gwent Police have arrested four men from the Rumney area of Cardiff as part of a probe into allegations of slavery and false imprisonment.
Three men, aged 57, 37 and 33, were arrested of suspicion of knowingly or conspiring to hold a person in slavery, kidnap, false imprisonment and assault.
A fourth man, aged 34, was arrested on suspicion of knowingly or conspiring to hold a person in slavery and assault.
The Operation Imperial investigation is led by Gwent Police, although the force says officers from South Wales and Avon & Somerset Police were also involved.
With heat breaks in this evening's Holland v Mexico match on ITV, the Sunday regional news bulletins across the UK had to be cancelled. If you were waiting to see the first transmission from our new home in Assembly Square, here it is!
Thousands of people have marked Armed Forces Day with events all over Wales. At the main ceremony in Cardiff, hundreds of service men and women paraded through the streets.
The annual event was set up to raise awareness of what the forces do. The day also marked some historic events. Nicola Hendy reports.
Brigadier Martyn Gamble, commander of 160 Wales Brigade, told ITV News that Armed Forces Day was a chance for those serving to say thank you to members of the public for their support.