Police investigating the disappearance of Becky Watts are appealing for witnesses who may have seen a black Vauxhall Zafira in the "critical time period" when the 16-year-old went missing.
Ten men have been charged as part of an ongoing investigation into child sexual exploitation in Rochdale.
The charges relate to offences committed against seven victims who were aged between 13 and 23 at the time of the abuse.
The first few Iraqi troops have entered the suburbs of Tikrit - Saddam Hussein's hometown - as an operation to seize back control of the city from Islamic State militants gets underway.
More than 27,000 Iraqi soldiers and Shia volunteers launched a three-pronged attack, firing mortars and exchanging gunfire with the militants at three different locations in the bid to liberate the city.
Police investigating the disappearance of Becky Watts have appealed for witnesses who may have seen a black Vauxhall Zafira in the "critical time period" when the 16-year-old went missing.
Detectives said they had already seized the vehicle, with the registration plate HY06 HYA, but wanted to piece together its movements between the morning of Thursday 19 February until Monday 23 February.
"The critical time period is from the morning of Thursday 19th February until Monday 23rd February.
"We are, however, keen to speak to anyone who saw this vehicle in the days either side of this."
Police said they were also keen to speak to any previous owners of the vehicle as a "matter of urgency".
A government review will look into the connection between three young men who went on to become jihadist fighters after attending a London school.
Former pupil at Quintin Kynaston academy, Mohammed Emwazi, has been revealed to be the man behind the mask of a violent extremist known as Jihadi John, who appeared in a number of propaganda videos in which he murdered Western hostages.
Meanwhile, two other alumni of the school - Choukri Ellekhlifi and Mohammed Sakr - both died in combat in 2013 after joining militant Islamist groups Al Qaeda and al-Shabaab, raising fears the boys may all have been radicalised as teenagers.
Former head at the school, Jo Suter, denied that teachers knew anything about the boys being radicalised, while a Department for Education spokesman said the ability of authorities to monitor possible radicalisation in schools had "advanced hugely" in recent years.
Police are continuing to search a Barton Hill property in connection with the disappearance of Becky Watts.
Neighbours on Cotton Mill Lane have told ITV News that a couple live in the house with a two-year old girl.
Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov told the main UN human rights forum that the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov was a "heinous crime" and that President Vladimir Putin was leading an investigation to bring perpetrators to justice.
He addressed the Geneva forum shortly before US Secretary of State John Kerry and after the foreign ministers of Croatia and Slovakia voiced concern at the killing in Moscow on Friday.