June 3 - Sexual assault charges against two members of Jordan's Paralympic squad while they were preparing for London 2012 in Northern Ireland have been dropped.
A court in Antrim ruled that Motaz Al-Junadi, 46, and Faisal Hammash, 36, who had been charged with sexual assault on children, should not face further action.
Another member of the squad, Omar Sami Qaradhi (pictured), 32, still faces charges.
He is accused of multiple sexual assaults and voyeurism and at least two of them being against children.
The three men had been arrested while training for London 2012 in Northern Ireland and were sent home without competing in the Paralympics.
A preliminary inquiry into these charges against Qaradhi is scheduled to take place at Antrim Magistrates' Court on June 25.
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