A grieving neurosurgeon whose family died in a suspected arson attack has told mourners that he is now a "bird without any wings".
About 1,000 mourners are to attend a funeral prayer service for the family of a neurosurgeon who died in a suspected arson attack.
A father who lost his wife and three children in a fire in Leicester says he does not want to return to the house where they died.
The victims of the fire in Wood Hill, Leicester were Shehnila Taufiq, who was in her 40s, her daughter Zainab who was 19, and sons Jamal and Bilal, who were 17 and 15.
Three women arrested as part of an investigation into a fatal house fire which killed four members of the same family have been bailed.
The women, aged 19, 20 and 27, who were arrested following the blaze at a house in Wood Hill, Leicester, on Friday, have all been released while inquiries continue, according to Leicestershire Police.
Six people have been arrested in connection with the fire, which killed Shehnila Taufiq, who was in her 40s, her 19-year-old daughter Zainab, and sons Bilal, 17, and Jamal, 15.
A 19-year-old man has been released without charge, and detectives are continuing to question two men, aged 18 and 49.
Three women who were arrested as part of the investigation into the fatal house fire at Wood Hill, Leicester, have been released on bail.
The women, aged 19, 20 and 27, have each been given police bail while further investigations are carried out.
Two men are still being questioned by police.
Photographs have been released by a family friend of two victims of the fatal house fire in Leicester.
The boys have been named locally as 15-year-old Jamal Taufiq and 17-year-old Bilal.
Their mother Shehnila and 19-year-old sister Zainab also died in the fire.
Police have arrested another person in connection with a house fire that led to the deaths of a mother and her three children.
An 18-year-old man was arrested tonight and remains in police custody, Leicestershire Police said.
Three women and two men were arrested yesterday over the deaths.
Earlier today, a 19-year-old man was released without charge, however an extension for further detention was granted for the other suspects.
Friends of a Leicester man who died after being attacked have paid tribute to him today.
Antoin Akpom, aged 20, died after an attack in Kent Street this week.
Dilip Chauhan and Zoey Sheppard told ITV News Central his death was "such a loss" for the community.
The uncle of Leicester attack death victim Antoin Akpom has described him as a "loving and devoted father" with a "perpetual smile".
Antoin died after being attacked in the city this week.
Speaking after a silence was held in honour of the football coach, Antoin's uncle Ronny Akpom said his nephew was a "positive role model" for the community.
Three women and two men have been arrested in connection with a house fire in Leicester that killed a mother and three children.
Leicestershire Police said in a statement:
The arrests, of three women aged 19, 20, 27 years old and two men aged 49 and 19, were made earlier this afternoon.
Forensic enquiries are still underway at the scene and local officers are undertaking patrols in the area.
Dr Muhammad Taufiq, whose wife and three children were killed in a house fire in Leicester, made a "passionate" speech to around 1,500 worshippers during prayers at his local mosque.
Imam and teacher Muhammad Uwais, who was at the Jame Mosque in Spinney Hill, described this afternoon's speech:
He said that he has been comforted by the condolences received from the community in Leicester and throughout the UK and abroad.
He said he had come to Leicester in 2007 after being impressed with its community and its educational system.
He was adamant that he will not sit in a corner but carry on his family's mission of being good representatives of their faith, and he urged the congregation to do the exact same.
The grieving father and husband later made a short statement to the media, in which he said he hoped that justice would prevail following the tragedy.