A Malaysian judge has overturned an inquest verdict of misadventure in the death of Irish-French teenager Nóra Quoirin.
Earlier this year, an inquest found the 15-year-old likely got lost in the jungle, after leaving her family's cottage on her own.
It ruled out the involvement of other people in her death.
Nóra's parents have consistently said they believe someone else was involved and said they were 'utterly disappointed' by the coroner's verdict.
Now, a Malaysian judge has changed the verdict from 'misadventure' to 'open verdict'.
The new verdict leaves the possibility of further investigations into Nóra's death.
Main Image: Nóra Quoirin | Image supplied by family