Two cousins who became the first suspects ever extradited to Britain from Iraq have been jailed for life for the "honour killing" of a 20-year-old woman.
Mohammed Ali and Omar Hussain were found guilty of murdering Banaz Mahmod in January 2006 after she fell in love with a man disapproved of by her family.
Banaz, of Mitcham, Surrey, was subjected to an horrific assault, strangled, and stuffed in a suitcase found buried under a Birmingham patio three months later.
Ali was told he must serve at least 22 years behind bars and Hussain was given a minimum term of 21 years. More...