Two alleged killers accused of murdering a Cypriot woman have been were remanded in custody.
Philip Sherwin, 60, and Deka Omar, 23, are accused of murdering 58-year-old Susan Ioannou, found dead in a home on Church Street, Edmonton, north London.
Police were called to the address at 8:32pm on Monday 21 February following reports that a woman had been found with serious injuries.
Officers attended along with an ambulance crew but Ms Ioannou was pronounced dead at the scene.
A post-mortem examination carried out the next day was unable to determine her cause of death.
Judge Simon Mayo, QC, remanded Omar and Sherwin in custody ahead of a plea and trial preparation hearing on 18 May.
Omar, of no fixed address, and Sherwin, of South Eastern Avenue, Edmonton, are both charged with murder.