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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days
Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.
"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.
A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.
"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 


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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17: Rebels take full control of plane crash bodies

Netherlands angered over reports of victims’ bodies decaying in the sun for days

Donetsk rebel leader Alexander Borodai said the bodies recovered from the crash site would remain in refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres from the crash site, until the arrival of an international aviation delegation.

"The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive," Borodai said, speaking in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.

Anger is growing in the Netherlands that bodies have not yet been repatriated and their loved ones are apparently being denied dignity in death.

A mother left devastated by the MH17 plane crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin “to send my children home”. Ms Fredriksz held up a photo of her son Bryce, 23, and his 20-year-old girlfriend Daisy as she pleaded for the return of their bodies. "I want to arrange their funeral. I can’t. I don’t know where they are. I want them back. I want my children back." Clenching their picture, she added: “Look at those people. How beautiful. They have to come back.

"Mr Putin - send my children home. Send them home. Please!" 

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aph-ukraina:

Pro-russian terrorists did not let OSCE to the place of downed MH17… 
I am speechless…Freaks..I have no other words to call these animals… 
Will this someday end in my country?
On the photo:
OSCE vs pro-russian terrorist .

p.s. I feel the same as the man from OSCE on this photo…
I am so sad, that I am woman… I would go to kill these freaks too, if I was a man :(

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Furious Dutch prime minister tells Putin to exert his influence.
In a short news conference, Rutte said he had just had a ‘very intense’ phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin. ‘I told him “time is running out for you to show the world that you have good intentions, that you will take responsibility”,’ Rutte said.
Putin now ‘has to show that he will do what is expected of him and will exert his influence,’ the Dutch prime minister said.
'It is 35 degrees there. The bodies need to be recovered now. I want to see results, unhindered access and the repatriation of the victims.’
Personal
The phone conversation with Putin was ‘very personal’, the Dutch prime minister said.‘I think the entire Dutch population knows people who directly or indirectly know someone who was on board. There were 80 people under the age of 18, of whom 23 were under the age of 12 and three were babies. It is too terrible for words.’
Images of rebels holding up children’s toys were ‘too disgusting for words’, Rutte said. Such action is also hindering the investigation into the crash, he said.
Investigators
Earlier on Saturday, Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans met Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko in Kiev and told him the Netherlands was ‘angry, furious’ at the news that bodies were being dragged around the crash site,
Malaysia Airlines released the full passenger list on Saturday. The Dutch death toll is now put at 193, out of 298 people on board the plane.
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Furious Dutch prime minister tells Putin to exert his influence.
In a short news conference, Rutte said he had just had a ‘very intense’ phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin. ‘I told him “time is running out for you to show the world that you have good intentions, that you will take responsibility”,’ Rutte said.
Putin now ‘has to show that he will do what is expected of him and will exert his influence,’ the Dutch prime minister said.
'It is 35 degrees there. The bodies need to be recovered now. I want to see results, unhindered access and the repatriation of the victims.’
Personal
The phone conversation with Putin was ‘very personal’, the Dutch prime minister said.‘I think the entire Dutch population knows people who directly or indirectly know someone who was on board. There were 80 people under the age of 18, of whom 23 were under the age of 12 and three were babies. It is too terrible for words.’
Images of rebels holding up children’s toys were ‘too disgusting for words’, Rutte said. Such action is also hindering the investigation into the crash, he said.
Investigators
Earlier on Saturday, Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans met Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko in Kiev and told him the Netherlands was ‘angry, furious’ at the news that bodies were being dragged around the crash site,
Malaysia Airlines released the full passenger list on Saturday. The Dutch death toll is now put at 193, out of 298 people on board the plane.
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Furious Dutch prime minister tells Putin to exert his influence.
In a short news conference, Rutte said he had just had a ‘very intense’ phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin. ‘I told him “time is running out for you to show the world that you have good intentions, that you will take responsibility”,’ Rutte said.
Putin now ‘has to show that he will do what is expected of him and will exert his influence,’ the Dutch prime minister said.
'It is 35 degrees there. The bodies need to be recovered now. I want to see results, unhindered access and the repatriation of the victims.’
Personal
The phone conversation with Putin was ‘very personal’, the Dutch prime minister said.‘I think the entire Dutch population knows people who directly or indirectly know someone who was on board. There were 80 people under the age of 18, of whom 23 were under the age of 12 and three were babies. It is too terrible for words.’
Images of rebels holding up children’s toys were ‘too disgusting for words’, Rutte said. Such action is also hindering the investigation into the crash, he said.
Investigators
Earlier on Saturday, Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans met Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko in Kiev and told him the Netherlands was ‘angry, furious’ at the news that bodies were being dragged around the crash site,
Malaysia Airlines released the full passenger list on Saturday. The Dutch death toll is now put at 193, out of 298 people on board the plane.
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Furious Dutch prime minister tells Putin to exert his influence.
In a short news conference, Rutte said he had just had a ‘very intense’ phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin. ‘I told him “time is running out for you to show the world that you have good intentions, that you will take responsibility”,’ Rutte said.
Putin now ‘has to show that he will do what is expected of him and will exert his influence,’ the Dutch prime minister said.
'It is 35 degrees there. The bodies need to be recovered now. I want to see results, unhindered access and the repatriation of the victims.’
Personal
The phone conversation with Putin was ‘very personal’, the Dutch prime minister said.‘I think the entire Dutch population knows people who directly or indirectly know someone who was on board. There were 80 people under the age of 18, of whom 23 were under the age of 12 and three were babies. It is too terrible for words.’
Images of rebels holding up children’s toys were ‘too disgusting for words’, Rutte said. Such action is also hindering the investigation into the crash, he said.
Investigators
Earlier on Saturday, Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans met Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko in Kiev and told him the Netherlands was ‘angry, furious’ at the news that bodies were being dragged around the crash site,
Malaysia Airlines released the full passenger list on Saturday. The Dutch death toll is now put at 193, out of 298 people on board the plane.

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Furious Dutch prime minister tells Putin to exert his influence.

In a short news conference, Rutte said he had just had a ‘very intense’ phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin. ‘I told him “time is running out for you to show the world that you have good intentions, that you will take responsibility”,’ Rutte said.

Putin now ‘has to show that he will do what is expected of him and will exert his influence,’ the Dutch prime minister said.

'It is 35 degrees there. The bodies need to be recovered now. I want to see results, unhindered access and the repatriation of the victims.’

Personal

The phone conversation with Putin was ‘very personal’, the Dutch prime minister said.

‘I think the entire Dutch population knows people who directly or indirectly know someone who was on board. There were 80 people under the age of 18, of whom 23 were under the age of 12 and three were babies. It is too terrible for words.’

Images of rebels holding up children’s toys were ‘too disgusting for words’, Rutte said. Such action is also hindering the investigation into the crash, he said.

Investigators

Earlier on Saturday, Dutch foreign minister Frans Timmermans met Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko in Kiev and told him the Netherlands was ‘angry, furious’ at the news that bodies were being dragged around the crash site,

Malaysia Airlines released the full passenger list on Saturday. The Dutch death toll is now put at 193, out of 298 people on board the plane.

afp-photo:

UKRAINE, Kiev : People lay flowers and light candles in front of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Kiev on July 18, 2014, a day after a Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 carrying 295 people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in eastern Ukraine. Global demands mounted Friday to find those responsible for apparently shooting down th plane over rebel-held eastern Ukraine as relatives around the world mourned the deaths of the 298 people on board. AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY

libertariantimes:

Dozens Of Malaysian Passports Found In Pristine Condition At Crash Site, Remind You Of Anything?

This is just too weird. Those passports look like they came right out of the package. In case you don’t know, this reminds me of 9/11 when the supposed terrorists passports were found in perfect condition even though they had just been in a plane that had crashed and burned and collapsed the world trade center. Seems unlikely right? So this just adds to the mystery and circumstances of this event. I’m sure more will follow, stay tuned.

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