Danielle McLaughlin remains return to Ireland ahead of further post-mortem examination here
The body of a woman who was raped and murdered at a tourist resort in India has been flown home to Ireland and will undergo a further post-mortem examination.
Danielle McLaughlin will undergo further post-mortem examination in Dublin after an autopsy in India showed she had suffered cerebral damage and constriction to the neck.
The 28-year-old, from Buncrana, Co Donegal, was found dead in a secluded spot in Canacona, a popular area for holidaymakers in Goa on the west coast, on Tuesday March 14.
The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust organised the transfer.
A spokesman said: "She won't be in Buncrana until next week. She is going for another post-mortem."
Local media reported that the former Liverpool John Moores University student had marks on her head and face when she was discovered.
Indian police said a farmer found Ms McLaughlin's body.
She had travelled to Goa with an Australian female friend and the pair were staying in a beach hut.
They had been celebrating Holi - a Hindu spring festival - in a nearby village.
She left the village late at night and her body was found the next day, police said.
Ms McLaughlin was the the eldest of five daughters.