quinta-feira, 24 de julho de 2014

MH17: remains of 40 victims are already in Holland

The first forty bodies of the victims of flight MH17 from Malaysia Airlines, down in the East of Ukraine, arrived this Wednesday at Eindhoven airport in the Netherlands.

The country is in national mourning and the airport took place a ceremony of tribute to the victims, with the presence of Prime Minister Mark Rutte, the members of the Royal family and representatives of the countries that lost citizens in the disaster.

The ceremony began with a minute of silence after the landing of two aircraft from Karkhiv, in Ukraine. The bells of the region have doubled for the victims.

Before takeoff of aviõoes from Karkhiv this morning was also observed a minute of silence.

The remains of the victims will now be transported to morgues to be identified and autopsied; only after the families can proceed to the funerals. A process that will take some time.

Ensure that witnesses in the area where the wreckage of the plane still to recover bodies, while many others will be deposited in refrigerated rail cars in the town of Karkhiv and must leave Ukraine in the next few days.

However, the black boxes that were delivered to Dutch investigators by the separatists pró-russos arrived this morning to the United Kingdom to be analyzed.

The Netherlands, Australia and other countries hit by the tragedy would like to be sent a police mission under the aegis of the UN to the location where the wreckage of the Boeing 777, to ensure an independent inquiry.

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