A dentistry student has been found guilty of sending money to his brother who's believed to be fighting in Syria.
23 year old Abdurahman Kaabar has been found guilty on two counts of funding terrorism. He also pleaded guilty to 12 counts of disseminating a terrorist publication.
In 2016 Kaabar was a student at the dental school at Plymouth University and went on work placements at dental practises in Sheffield.
Detectives at Counter Terrorism Policing North East say Kaabar and his co-defendant Badroddin Kazkaz transferred money to Kaabar's younger brother.
Mohammed Kaabar booked return flights from the UK to Turkey in March 2016. He arrived in Syria in April of that year.
Detectives believe Mohammed Kaabar is fighting in Syria.