A man has been charged following an acid attack on a Manchester student and her cousin which left them with "life-changing"injuries.
John Tomlin, 24, will appear before Thames Magistrates' Court on Tuesday to face two counts of grievous bodily harm with intent, Scotland Yard said.
Resham Khan and her cousin Jameel Mukhktar, 37, were attacked by a suspect, who threw acid through their car window on Ms Khan's 21st birthday, in Beckton, east London, on June 21.
Both victims suffered horrific face and neck injuries in the attack that took place at 9.13am on Tollgate Road.
Tomlin, of Colman Road, Canning Town, east London, handed himself in to police on Sunday.
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A leading plastic surgeon from Manchester, is to return to his home country of Pakistan to rebuild the faces of women scarred by acid attacks. Asim Shamalak says he wants to give them back their hope.
Police have released a picture of a man wanted over an acid attack in Manchester.
Officers have tried and failed to trace Jonathan Joseph, 31, for seven months.
Two men had acid thrown in their faces after a row over a cab in the city centre, at New Year.
Detective Constable Adam Cronshaw says: "This was an attack which has had a profound impact on both of the victims. We have made a number of enquiries to trace Joseph as part of our investigation into this attack and urge anyone who knows where he is to call us."