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.
The friends of Danielle McLaughlin have made a powerful speech demanding justice for their friend and calling for women across the world to stand together against violence.