Police arrest eight men in raids across Britain as part of probe into charity cash used to support terrorism in Syria

Police have made eight arrests as part of an investigation into whether funds donated to help people in Syria is being stolen and used to finance terrorism or organised crime.

Kent Police swooped at addresses across the UK during an early morning raid today after about £45,000 was seized at the port of Dover at Christmas.
The money, which came from four UK-based charities, was taken by police who believed it could be used for criminal or terrorist activities instead of paying for food or medical treatment in wartorn Syria.

h/t del