The bodies of 16 of the 39 Vietnamese asylum seekers who died in a lorry in the UK have been repatriated.
Media reports from Hanoi say the bodies arrived on a flight from London.
They were transferred by ambulances to their home provinces in the south of the city.
The 39 victims – 31 men and eight women – were found in the back of a refrigerated lorry at Grays in East London.
The driver and several other suspects have been arrested and appeared in court.
They are accused of trafficking people and money laundering.