Police investigating the disappearance of twin 16-year-old girls who are feared to have fled their home in Manchester to travel to Syria to join Islamist militants from Isis are looking into who funded the trip.
Good Morning Britain Chief Correspondent Richard Gaisford reports that the girls may have travelled there to become "Jihadi brides".
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