A man charged with murdering his wife and his mother-in-law at their home in Oxfordshire has appeared in court.
Turkish national Ensar Gol with his 28-year-old British wife Michaela.
Ensar Gol, 21, smiled at photographers as he was escorted, wearing handcuffs, by police into Oxford Magistrates' Court.
The Turkish national is accused of killing Michaela Gol, 28, and 50-year-old Julie Sahin in their home on Ireton Court, Thame.
The two women were found with fatal injuries by officers at the house in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The suspect being escorted to Oxford Magistrates' Court.
Gol is also charged with the attempted murder of his wife's family friend, 19-year-old Casey Wilson who is in a stable condition in hospital.
He was detained by officers in Thame Market Place shortly after the bodies of Mrs Gol and Ms Sahin were found.
Post-mortem examinations will be conducted to determine how the women died.
The housing development where two women were found dead.
In court, Gol spoke through a Turkish interpreter only to confirm his name and date of birth during the brief hearing.
Prosecutions Sarah Mackay told the court that Gol had only just recently arrived in the UK. She added that he had no right to apply for bail.
Chair of the bench David Simmons told Gol he was sending him to trial and remanded him to appear before Oxford Crown Court on Wednesday.