Peter Graff

Correspondent, Reuters

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The Netherlands lost 193 of the 298 victims when Malaysian Airlines FH 17 was shot down over Eastern Ukraine, and it will lead the investigation.

MH 17: The Victims' Bodies Go to the Netherlands and the EU Points to Russia

The Netherlands lost 193 of the 298 victims when Malaysian Airlines FH 17 was shot down over Eastern Ukraine, and it will lead the investigation.

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