First Minister Carwyn Jones has said it's too soon to tell whether any of those caught up in the Paris terror attacks are Welsh. 127 people are known to have been killed in a series of coordinated attacks on the French Capital. Today welsh tourists spoke of their horror at what unfolded on the city's streets. Nicola Hendy reports.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for north Wales will ask the Government to rethink proposed police cuts - if the terror risk level rises.
Flybe says there's been no change to passenger numbers on their flights, following the terror attacks in Paris which left 129 people dead.
A minute's silence will be held across Wales from 11am today as a mark of respect to those killed in the Paris terror attacks.