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Aqsa Mahmood: 'Sorrow and shame' of radicalised girl's parents

3 September 2014 Last updated at 19:24 BST

The parents of a Glasgow woman, believed to be in Syria, have issued an emotional plea for her to return home.

20-year-old Aqsa Mahmood is believed to have become radicalised and married an Islamic State fighter.

Speaking through their lawyer, Khalida and Muzaffar Mahmood have said they "feel nothing but sorrow and shame" for their daughter.

Lorna Gordon reports.

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