A woman (57) is due to appear in court in the North tomorrow charged in relation to the murder of two soldiers in Antrim in 2009.
The women is due before Laganside Magistrates Court in Belfast tomorrow morning on a charge linked to the death of soldiers Patrick Azimkar and Mark Quinsey who were killed in March 2009 as they took delivery of pizzas in front of the main gates of the Massareene Barracks in Antrim.
The Real IRA later claimed responsibility for the shooting.
The woman, who was originally arrested in November 2009, and released pending a report to the Public Prosecution Service, faces a charge of providing property for the purposes of terrorism.
Two men are due to stand trial later this year for the murders of the two soldiers.