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Police are appealing to the public to help find a heavily-pregnant teenager who has not been seen since leaving hospital.
19-year-old Alisha Khan, who is 36 weeks pregnant, was taken to Royal Manchester Children's Hospital after she fainted while out shopping.
She then left the hospital without treatment and was last seen at around 12.20am on Saturday.
Khan, from Oldham, is described as mixed race with a slim build and brown eyes. She is known to frequent the Dukinfield, Wythenshawe and Oldham areas.
Detective Sergeant Simon Halliwell of Greater Manchester Police said: "She left the hospital without treatment or checks and we are concerned she may have an ongoing condition that could harm her or the baby."
Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101.
A 16-year-old boy has been charged with attempting to acquire a biological toxin, or chemical agent, police said.
The teenager was arrested in Greater Manchester on Monday along with a 16-year-old girl, who has since been released without charge.
Officers from the North West Counter Terrorism Unit said there was no intelligence to suggest anyone in the area was at risk.
The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will appear at Tameside Magistrates Court tomorrow.
A 16-year-old girl arrested in a counter-terrorism raid in Greater Manchester has been released without charge, police have revealed.
The girl was arrested along with a teenage boy, also 16, in an operation by the North West Counter Terrorism Unit yesterday.
The boy is still in custody being questioned by police.
Anti-terror police have stressed that the arrests of two teenagers in Greater Manchester are "a precautionary measure" and not linked to "an international terrorist plot".
Chief Superintendent Caroline Ball of the North West Counter Terrorism Unit said:
I know news of an arrest made under terrorism legislation in this community will cause a certain amount of anxiety and people will understandably have questions.
What I want to stress very clearly is that this investigation is in no way linked to any sort of international terrorist plot nor have we recovered any evidence to suggest the community of Mossley is at risk.
I want people to be reassured that we have taken this precautionary action to ensure the safety of our residents.
A girl and a boy, both 16, have been detained in Greater Manchester on suspicion of being concerned in "the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism".
The North West Counter Terrorism Unit, which made the arrests, said:
Following intelligence received, officers from the NWCTU are also currently searching two addresses in the Mossley area of Tameside.
The addresses being searched are in Hanover Street and Spring Mill Drive, Mossley, which is east of Manchester city centre.
A spokesman said the searches "are expected to last some time". The suspects were detained yesterday.