Welsh anti-terror police have voiced concern over the rising number of young people risking their lives by travelling to war-torn Syria.
It's feared more British citizens are making the journey to fight for rebel forces in the country - with some dying as a result.
Today they appealed for women in the communities affected to contact them if relatives are thinking about travelling to the country.
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The Wales Extremism and Counter Terrorism Unit has arrested the teenager after Nazi symbols were painted in Cardiff.
There are currently 17 primary schools on the island with fewer than 120 pupils whose futures are under review by Anglesey Council
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