The seven year old girl who survived the murder of her parents in the French Alps on Sunday came out of the coma, while her younger sister, four years, he returned to the UK on Sunday.
Zainab al-Hilli, seven years old, considered a key witness of the slaughter in which he was seriously wounded in the head "came out of the coma but is sedated", told AFP the prosecutor Eric Maillaud.
His sister Zeena, aged four, who survived after spending eight hours hidden at the foot of her dead mother, came to Britain at noon, the prosecutor said.
The two sisters survived the attack in which, in addition to his parents, two British citizens of Iraqi origin, died a Swedish-born women aged 77 could be the grandmother of girls and a French cyclist of 45 years.
Saad al-Hilli, his wife Iqbal and a woman, apparently the mother, were found shot to death in a car on Wednesday.
In the UK and France continue research to clarify how the killing happened. In France opened a judicial investigation for the murder of the four people killed and the attempted murder of two children.