Tributes have continued to pour in from around the world for British MP Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed in the street in her West Yorkshire constituency.
US secretary of state John Kerry, who was on a trip to northern Europe, said the attack was "an assault on everybody who cares about and has faith in democracy."
"I join you in expressing my deep sorrow that a young parliamentarian, who obviously was a young woman with an enormous talent, has been killed in the conduct of her duties with her constituency," he said.
Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen sent his condolences to Ms Cox's family, saying the killing was "a true shock".
Fundraising page set up by the MP's family hits the landmark total as thousands donate to good causes in her memory.
The MP had also recorded a video about Islamophobia in Yorkshire - described as a 'hotbed of far-right activity', according to The Times.
Emotional tributes have been paid to Jo Cox tonight as vigils were held around the UK in honour of the murdered MP.