A woman shot by armed police during a raid on a north London home has been charged with preparing a terror attack and conspiracy to murder.
Rizlaine Boular, 21, was shot when armed police and counter-terrorism officers stormed Harlesden Road in Willesden on April 27.
During the raid Khawla Barghouthi, 20, was also arrested at the same address while Ms Boular’s mother Mina Dich, 43, was arrested in Kent.
All three were charged with the preparation of a terrorist act, contrary to section five of the Terrorism Act, and conspiracy to murder.
Ms Boular was arrested three days later when she was discharged from hospital on April 30.
She is alleged to have conspired together with Mina Dich and Khawla Barghouthi to murder a person or persons between 11 April 2017 and 28 April 2017.
She is also charged with preparing terrorist acts between 11 April and 28 April 2017.
Ms Dich and Ms Barghouthi are charged with assisting Ms Boular to commit acts of terrorism and conspiracy to murder between the same dates.
They were remanded into custody and are due to appear at Westminster Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
Three women, two aged 18 and a 19-year-old, arrested at an address in east London on May 1 were released from police custody without charge.
Two men aged 21 and 28 and a 16-year-old boy all arrested either in or close to the Harlesden Road address on April 27 were released without being charged earlier.
Scotland Yard said: “Three women have today been charged with the preparation of a terrorist act, contrary to section five of the Terrorism Act, and conspiracy to murder.
“The women, arrested as part of an investigation by the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command, are:
“Rizlaine Boular, 21-year-old, of central London – arrested on 30 April when she was discharged from hospital;
“Khawla Barghouthi, 20-year-old, of north-west London – arrested on 27 April at an address in Harlesden Road, north-west London; and
“Mina Dich, 43-year-old, of south-west London – arrested on 27 April in Kent. Dich is the mother of Rizlaine Boular.
“All three have been remanded in custody to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on the morning of Thursday, 11 May.
“Everyone else arrested in connection with this investigation has now been released from police custody.”