Tributes have been paid to a 39-year-old Welsh man who was killed in a suspected deliberate hit-and-run in Cyprus.
Charlie Birch, from Powys, was struck by a car just hours after stepping in to stop a woman being assaulted in a local bar. He was walking along a road near Paphos with 32-year-old Will Pritchard at about 2.30am.
Cyprus Police said Charlie died at the scene while Will was injured and taken to hospital in Paphos with non life-threatening injuries.
Charlie's family, who were also in Cyprus, have spoken of their devastation.
Cypriot Police said the car fell into the sea at the harbour of Agios Georgios in Pegeia and two people were seen leaving it.
The force said two people, a 35-year-old man and 23-year-old woman, are facing charges of premeditated murder.
Friends have paid tribute to Mr Birch on Facebook.
One wrote: "Rest in Peace Charlie Birch, you were one of few people in Welshpool who I loved and adored!!!! You looked after me regardless of my many short comings!"
Another friend said: "Terrible news about Charlie Birch today RIP mate. My sincere condolences to all his family at this awful time."
A different friend said: "One thing on my mind today. A loyal friend, a lovable rogue and an awesome dad! Life changes in a blink of the eye...rest in peace Charlie Birch. Gone but never forgotten..."
Another, who had not seen Mr Birch for a few years, posted: "Rip Charlie Birch, very sad news, hadn't seen you for a few years, but always had a natter when we bumped into each other, fly high with your old best buddy George, my heart goes out to your family and friends."