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Nato summit week draws to close with military open day

Military organisers estimated that 70,000 people attended a 'Meet the Forces' day in Cardiff Bay on Sunday, at the end of the Nato summit Wales week.

Police have hailed the security operation - the largest the UK has ever seen - as a success, with 31 arrests made in total.

World leaders including Barack Obama left Wales on Friday, praising Newport and Cardiff for a warm welcome.

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Nato summit opens with military honouring ceremony

US Secretary of State John Kerry, President Barack Obama, First Minister Carwyn Jones and Prime Minister David Cameron

Nato delegates have observed an honouring ceremony for military personnel ahead of this afternoon's session.

Wales' First Minister Carwyn Jones stood beside US President Barack Obama, US Secretary of State John Kerry and UK Prime Minister David Cameron.

The assembled delegates during the ceremony

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