A second neighbour who said he heard screaming on the night Oscar Pistorius' girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp was shot dead is to continue giving evidence in the athlete's murder trial.
Charl Peter Johnson's version of events followed that of his wife, Michelle Burger, who told the court she had heard "blood-curdling screams" on the opening day of the highly-anticipated case.
During an emotional second day, Ms Burger - the prosecution's key witness - wept under cross-examination and Pistorius was seen wiping his eyes with a handkerchief.
Two more neighbours of the Paralympic star are due to give evidence in South Africa's administrative capital Pretoria on Wednesday, as well as former girlfriends of the double amputee.
He faces four charges: premeditated murder, the illegal possession of ammunition and two further counts related to shooting a gun in public in two separate incidents before the killing.
Pistorius, known as the Blade Runner, denies all of the charges, including the allegation he deliberately killed his girlfriend after a jealous row.
He maintains he shot Ms Steenkamp after tragically mistaking her for an intruder.
The trial is scheduled to last for three weeks and will hear from more than 100 witnesses.
If he is found guilty Pistorius could be jailed for at least 25 years. His fate will be decided by Judge Thokozile Masipa because South Africa does not have a jury system.
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