A British woman accused of stabbing her husband to death in Malaysia has entered court for a murder trial that could result in her being hanged.
Samantha Jones, 51, was wearing a mask and handcuffs as she was escorted into court in Alor Setar in the northern state of Kedah.
Jones, who is originally from Somerset, was charged after police found a 30cm (12in)-long blood-stained knife in the couple's home where John William Jones was found dead on 18 October 2018.
Police have said Jones confessed that she stabbed her 62-year-old husband in the chest during a heated argument.
The couple moved to the tropical Langkawi island more than a decade ago under the Malaysia My Second Home programme, which gives foreigners long-staying visas.