A MAN has been charged with the brutal murders of two sisters who were found stabbed to death last week.
Mohammed Ali, 28, of Old Snowhill, Birmingham, is accused of butchering Yasmine and Sabrina Larbi-Cherif and leaving their bodies in a blood-spattered Birmingham flat.
He was charged with two counts of murder and spoke only to confirm his name and address when he appeared at Birmingham Magistrates' Court, on Saturday.
The Algerian-born sisters, aged 19 and 22, were discovered in the Ladywood area of the city and had only lived in their flat, in the Jupiter Apartments for a few weeks.
The girls' family live in South Kenton and Sabrina had just completed her A-levels at Copeland School in Wembley.
Ali was remanded in custody to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday (26).