Victims' Bodies from Malaysia Airlines Tragedy Come Home

Dutch military transport plane carried the bodies of victims from Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 back to the Netherlands.
1:32 | 07/24/14

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nation in mourning. The somber ceremony as the Dutch received the first remains of the victims from Malaysia airlines flight 17. It seems the only sights and sounds in the Netherlands today were of those paying2ótribute. ? ? ? And then, hushed silence. Across the grief-stricken country, all the way to the Malaysian parliament. 193 of the nearly 300 people on the doomed Malaysian airliner were Dutch citizens. And today as the first bodies made the journey home nearly a week after the crash they were met by a nation covered in collective grief. From royalty, to everyone else, offering blossoms and tributes. The coffins were flown from Ukraine, transported in a procession that stopped traffic on highways. People on bridges and in the streets lining up to pay the respects for families, meaningful tributes in the face of unimaginable tragedy.

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