The parents of a "bedroom radical" who travelled to Syria from Scotland and married an Islamist militant have pleaded for her to return home.
Aqsa Mahmood, 20, left her Glasgow home in November before travelling through Turkey to Aleppo in Syria.
We still love you, Aqsa, but we now have to put your family, your brother and sisters first as you have betrayed us, our community and the people of Scotland when you took this step.
You have torn the heart out of our family and changed our lives forever. Please come home.
They said that Aqsa "had all the chances and freedom in life" and warned that if she could become radicalised online "it is possible for this to happen to any family".
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After a 288 day tour of the Commonwealth, the baton finally arrived in the host city with many enjoying the atmosphere and festivities.
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Residents in Renfrew near Glasgow are being advised to keep their windows closed as firefighters tackle a major blaze at an industrial recycling establishment.
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "Firefighters are currently tackling the blaze using a number of main water jets, including one from a specialist height vehicle.
"Residents in the area are advised to keep their windows closed due to the large plume of smoke. ”
A huge fire is under way at an old scrapyard near Glasgow with flames 40-50ft high.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has returned to hometown of Glasgow to visit Southern General Hospital in his role as Unicef ambassador.
The retired Manchester United manager met new mother Rebecca Young and her twin boys Elliot and Sandy, along with nurses at the hospital to see how Unicef supports new families.
"As a father and grandfather, I value strong family relationships. Seeing this level of expertise at this hospital emphasises to me how important it is for mothers to have the vital support they need to help nurture their children and give them the best start in life," Sir Alex said.
The 72-year-old also met Kimberley Black, who has spent the last week in the hospital's neonatal unit with her 12-day-old son Jason.
The charity is working with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to promote its baby-friendly initiative 'Put Children First', which aims to improve health and reduce disease, poverty and exploitation among children.