Halifax - The missing body of a British air hostess, Karina Turner, killed in the Luxor massacre in Egypt in November has been found in Germany where it had been buried, the Yorkshire coroner confirmed today. Karina (24), was one of three generations of the same family killed at Luxor when 58 tourists were gunned down by Islamic militants. Her body has been identified by DNA and dental records. A burial service is now being planned at home for Karina, her five-year-old daughter Shaunnah and her mother Joan (53).
Three bodies were initially identified as the Turners and flown to Britain. At the end of November it was discovered that the body thought to be Joan Turner was in fact that of a Swiss national. Joan's body was then located in Switzerland.