Bodies of victims from Malaysian Airlines MH17 which was shot down over Eastern Ukraine will begin arriving in the Netherlands today for identification. It comes as the country holds a national day of mourning for the 298 victims.
A refrigerated train carriage carrying about 200 bodies arrived at the Ukrainian government-held city of Kharkiv on Tuesday, four days after the crash in a rebel held area.
US intelligence reports say pro-Russian rebels shot down the jet by mistake, but they have not found any direct link to Russia.
While the first bodies will be taken to a Dutch military base for identification, experts will continue to search the crash site for more victims. From Amsterdam, FSN's Dan Whitehead has more.
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