Four in court over Briton shot dead in Pakistan
Four people who were arrested on suspicion of murdering a British man in Pakistan have appeared in court.
Jahangir Hussain, 29, from Blackburn, Lancashire, was shot dead near his mother's home in the city of Jhelum on 9 January. His mother survived the attack but was injured.
A man, a woman and a youth have been bailed. Another man is in custody.
They are all due to appear again at Jhelum District Court later this week. No-one has been charged yet.
Mr Hussain and his brother ran the Zorba Pizza and Balti takeaway in Rossendale. He frequently travelled to Pakistan to visit family.