Two men accused of possessing money for terrorist purposes have had the charge against them dropped.

Adam Mohamed, 28, and Imad Shoubaki, 31, faced a charge of conspiring to possess money for terrorism.

But the Old Bailey heard that the prosecution has discontinued their case against them on this count.

Mohamed, of Chessington, Surrey, faced no further charges.

However Shoubaki, of Merton, south London, faces three further charges of owning documents for reasons linked to terrorism.

Viv Goddard, prosecuting, said the documents were allegedly found on computer discs at his home.

One of the documents was named How To Be An Assassin, a second Zaad e Mujahid and a third detailed how to make explosives.

Shoubaki, who appeared in court via video link from Belmarsh Prison, was watched by several family members in the public gallery.

Mr Justice Calvert-Smith adjourned the case for a plea and case management hearing on March 7.