A Cardiff man has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for terrorism offences.
Zakaria Daud Afey, 20, pleaded guilty to possession of material useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
Afey, from the St Mellons area of Cardiff had originally pleaded not guilty but changed his plea to guilty in the face of overwhelming evidence.
He was tried at the Central Criminal Court in London where he was found guilty of dissemination of a terrorist publication in January 2017 and possessing a terrorist publication called How To Survive In The West.
During the opening stages of the trial at the Court heard that both offences were discovered when the defendant’s phone was seized and interrogated.
Detective Superintendent Jim Hall of the Wales Extremism and Counter terrorism Unit, (WECTU) reassured people that Cardiff is a safe city and praised the community for their role in helping to stop terrorism.