Willesden woman accused of sending money to terrorists appears in court
A 22-year-old woman from Willesden accused of sending money to fund terrorism activity has appeared in court.
Hana Gul Khan, of Meyrick Road, is charged with making a total of £1,100 available for the purpose of terrorism.
She is claimed to have arranged £600 on June 15 and £500 on July 5 last year.
Khan is accused alongside Anton Atkins, 30, from Woolwich, who is charged with arranging a pair of combat trousers and £1,600 to be sent to terrorists.
They both appeared before the Old Bailey last week where they were bailed and ordered to return for a plea and case management hearing on October 3.
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A provisional trial date has been set for January 12 next year.
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