A delivery driver extradited from India is due in court charged with the kidnap, rape and murder of Southampton teenager Hannah Foster.
Hannah, 17, was killed as she walked home from a night out in the city with friends in March 2003. Her strangled body was found at the side of a road outside the city.
Maninder Pal Singh Kohli, 39, who has always protested his innocence, left Britain two days after her death and was arrested in India in July 2004.
It followed a trip to the country by Hannah's parents, Trevor and Hilary Foster, to appeal for information.
Following over 100 court appearances, Kohli lost his battle against extradition. Also charged with false imprisonment, manslaughter and perverting public justice, he arrived at Heathrow airport from Delhi on Saturday.
He was taken to Alton police station in Hampshire and is due to appear before Southampton magistrates for a remand hearing on Monday.