A BRADFORD woman with a "beautiful smile" who will be "forever missed" are among the latest tributes to Bori Benko, who was fatally stabbed in her flat last weekend.

Zbigniew Soj, 23, has been charged with the murder of Bradford woman Bori Benko and the attempted murder of a 21-year-old woman on Sherborne Road on Sunday.

Bori, 24, originally from Hungary, was a member of the congregation at Bradford Cathedral and was member of the Global Cafe, a Christian charitable organisation that operates in partnership with churches across Bradford to support students studying away from home.

Ellie Smith said: "Bori, such sad news. You were a wonderful classmate at Bradford College, bringing a unique viewpoint and a beautiful smile. You will be missed. Fly high x"

Hamza Khan said: "Rest in peace, your absence will be felt by hundreds every single day and you will forever be missed."

Soibi West said: "Bori, I heard about you just recently. I heard about your wholesome, brave and loving personality. I heard all about your strong faith and love for the Lord. You were one of a kind. The kind of human we need in this cruel and wicked world.

"I know that you are with Jesus now, resting and filled with all the joy, peace and happiness that this world could never offer you.

"While you are up there, I’ll be praying down here for your family and all your loved ones you left behind. I pray the comfort and peace of the Holy Spirit will encompass them and mend their broken hearts. I’m praying that God will give them the strength and grace they need for each day.

"You are greatly missed and loved champion. Rest well, Bori.