More than four years after British teenager Scarlett Keeling was found dead in Goa, she was finally laid to rest after a funeral in south-west England.
The widely covered case had raised doubts about the safety of British tourists in Goa. Keeling, 15, who hailed from Bideford, Devon, was found dead on Ajuna Beach in February 2008.
Her body had been held in Exeter by the Greater Devon coroner because of the ongoing trial of two men charged over her death.
It was released to her family in April.
The funeral was held on Friday on a land belonging to her family near Bradworthy.
Keeling's mother, Fiona MacKeown, said it was “lovely to have her here.”