Three women have appeared in court charged in relation to the alleged planning of a suspected knife attack in Westminster, in what is thought to be the first all-female alleged British-based terror plot.
Khawla Barghouthi, 20, Rizlaine Boular, 21, and her mother, 43-year-old Mina Dich, all from London, appeared at the Old Bailey via video link from HMP Bronzefield women's prison in Surrey.
Boular was arrested three days later when she was discharged from St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, while Dich was arrested in Kent on the day of the counter-terrorism raid.
The women are accused of conspiring together to murder "a person or persons unknown" between the dates of April 11 and April 28, 2017.
Boular, of Mount Pleasant, central London, is also charged with engaging in conduct in preparation for terrorist acts between the same dates.
Barghouthi, of Harlesden Road, north-west London and Dich, of St George Wharf in south-west London, are charged with intending to assist her.
The trio were remanded in custody and will next appear at the Old Bailey on November 20 for trial, which is expected to last three to four weeks.
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