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People have been leaving tributes to the Sarah McClay on the South Lakes Wild Animal Park Facebook page.
Many are defending the park's role in the incident and saying they will continue to visit.
This is just the BEST ZOO I've ever been to. You do such wonderful work. My thoughts are with you all and the girl's family.
Such tragic news. My thoughts are with everyone who knew and loved Sarah. Our family love your animal park, and will be back to visit soon. RIP Sarah.
My heart goes out to Sarah's family and friends and to David Gill and all the staff at the Zoo. You all do a fantastic job up there and all those working closely with the dangerous animals are well aware of the potential risks involved in their role as keeper.
Liverpool's Battle of the Atlantic 70th Anniversary events continue today on the Mersey also veterans and their families will gather at the Cunard Building for a procession.
It be led by Chinese lion dancers, Indian drummers and troops from the Polish community representing the nationalities which made up crew on merchant and royal navy vessels.
It will head to the Merchant Navy memorial on the Pier Head for a poignant wreath-laying ceremony.
Later a Spitfire and Hurricane aircraft will fly over the waterfront in a Battle of Britain memorial flight.
Also the Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines will join local artists in a sold-out concert at the city's Philharmonic Hall.
French magistrates decided not to place IMF chief Christine Lagarde under formal investigation over her role in a 285 million euro (£244 million) arbitration payment made to a supporter of former president Nicolas Sarkozy.
Lagarde instead was given the status of a "supervised witness" after two full days of questioning on her 2008 decision as Sarkozy's finance minister to use arbitration to settle a legal battle between the state and businessman Bernard Tapie.
The decision removes a headache for Lagarde, the only French national heading a major international institution today, and for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), for which a formal investigation of her would have been highly embarrassing.
The Queen has been filmed indulging her love of horses in a documentary that charts the time she has spent as a both a passionate horse owner and breeder for much of her 60-year reign.
The monarch even spent her 87th birthday at the yard of a West Country trainer, watching thoroughbred horses being trained.
The BBC1 documentary The Queen: A Passion For Horses is presented by racing broadcaster Clare Balding and is screened on Monday.
David Gill, the owner and founder of South Lakes Wild Animal Park, said Sarah McClay was "a very passionate girl, very enthusiastic" who was "extremely good at delivering conservation talks. A very valued part of our team."
She was "a very bubbly character, a very happy girl," he added.
Following Ms McClay's death the staff felt they wanted the park to carry on, Mr Gill said.
"There was a huge consensus of opinion that we should carry on. It's not the park's fault if you will. It's not going to do anybody any good if we closed."
The owner of the wildlife park where a woman was killed by a tiger has said he has no explanation as to why she entered the enclosure.
David Gill, owner and founder of South Lakes Wild Animal Park, told BBC Radio 5 Live: "After investigation by the authorities here and the police, it does seem that she just basically failed to follow the correct procedures ...
"All we know is that no one else was involved, there was nobody with her, and for some unknown reason she opened a door and walked straight into the tigers."
Sarah McClay had worked at the wildlife park for a number of years and was "very proficient" in her work with big cats, he said.
He added that it was against strict safety protocols to walk into the tiger's cage and that the zoo had passed a major inspection on Monday in which it was praised for its safety standards.
Seventeen Pakistani children burnt to death on Saturday when a gas cylinder on the bus taking them to school exploded, media said.
Ten children were injured in the blaze on the outskirts of Gujrat, 100 miles (170 km) southeast of Islamabad, DawnNews said.
Many vehicles in energy-starved Pakistan are powered by relatively cheap compressed natural gas and cylinder blasts are common.
Cumbria Police have issued a statement regarding the death of Sarah McClay, a zoo worker who died after being attacked by a tiger at the South Lakes Wild Animal Park.
"Cumbria Police can confirm that the 24 year old woman, identified as Sarah McClay from the Barrow area, who was attacked by a Tiger within its enclosure this afternoon, has tragically died.
"Sarah, was taken by air ambulance to Royal Preston Hospital this afternoon following the attack this afternoon at the South Lakes Wild Animal Park.
"Police and Barrow Borough Council are continuing to investigate the circumstances that led to this terrible incident.
"Sarah’s family are very shocked and distressed and request that they have privacy as they try to come to terms with their loss."
A gas cylinder blast on a school bus has killed at least 17 children in Pakistan.
Police officer Mohammed Rasheed said that seven children were also injured in the explosion.
"This is a very sad incident. According to our information, at least 17 children were burned to death.
"The school bus caught fire after the blast. We have transported all the victims to a nearby hospital."
Thousands of pounds have been raised for Help for Heroes on fund-raising pages set up so that people can support the charity in the wake of Drummer Rigby's death.
The soldier was wearing one of the charity's tops when he was murdered on Wednesday.
The Help for Heroes JustGiving page has been inundated with tributes to him.
At the time of writing, over £90,000 had been raised on a page called "RIP Woolwich Soldier".