File photo of Free Syrian Army fighters walking through dust after a tank shell exploded outside a Syrian Army base during heavy fighting in the Arabeen neighbourhood of Damascus February 3, 2013. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic/Files
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Sixteen people have been arrested on suspicion of terror offences this month after returning from Syria, compared with 24 in the whole of last year, the BBC reported.Fahy said the police were concerned about the welfare of young people who have travelled to Syria and said they could be put on special programmes.Britain's intelligence services estimate that around 500 British fighters are currently in Syria.Two British men were charged last week with travelling to Syria for terror purposes, while another man was arrested on suspicion of attending a terror camp in the war-ravaged country.
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