Southwark murders: Jean Francis Say remanded by court

The flat in Southwark where the children were found
Image caption The children's bodies were found with stab wounds in Empire Square in Southwark on Sunday

A man accused of murdering his two children in south London has been remanded in custody for three months.

Jean Francis Say, 61, was charged after his 10-year-old son Rolls and eight-year-old daughter Regina were found with stab wounds at his flat in Empire Square, Southwark, on Sunday.

No application for bail was made during the hearing at the Old Bailey.

Mr Say, originally from the Ivory Coast, was granted a French interpreter for the next hearing on 23 May.

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