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Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: EU should 'reconsider its links with Russia,' says David Cameron

British PM urges other leaders to confront Moscow over the shooting down of aircraft
Air horror: Local people roam the wreck of MH17

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Finding out who's to blame may be as difficult as in Afghanistan and Iraq
The crash site of the MH17 flight between the two villages of Rozsypne and Hrabove

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Flight MH17 pushed back from Schiphol airport in Amsterdam shortly after noon yesterday, just as the Malaysia Airlines jet had done on Thursday. The Boeing 777 crossed the Netherlands, and entered German airspace over the town of Vreden. But at that point, yesterday’s flight track deviated sharply from the previous day.

Israel-Gaza conflict: Tear gas fired at pro-Palestinians demonstrators in Paris

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Richard Mayne in April 2014 volunteering for a children's charity in Nepal.

Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Father of British victim Richard Mayne claims Putin 'murdered my son'

Maths student Richard was one of ten British victims of the crash

African migrants: 19 'suffocate' on boat to Italy

Deaths thought to be caused by deadly fumes on board migrant boat

A woman crosses herself as people lay flowers and light candles in front of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Kiev, to commemorate passengers of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 carrying 295 people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur which crashed in eastern Ukraine

Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Final two British victims are named as Putin is warned that 'world's eyes are on Russia to deliver'

John Allen and Andrew Hoare have been identified by Malaysia Airlines

A local resident stands among the wreckage at the site of the crash

Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukraine accuses pro-Russian rebels of removing 38 bodies from site and 'destroying evidence'

Rescue workers have begun to recover bodies left on site for 48 hours

Bus crash in Germany kills nine and injures more than 40

Three-bus crash happened on autobahn near Dresden

Debris is seen at the site of Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane crash near the settlement of Grabovo, in the Donetsk region

Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Monitors quit site after 'intoxicated' rebel gunman fires warning shot

Ukraine has accused pro-Russian rebels of removing 38 bodies from crash site and 'destroying evidence'

Two Labradors and a Chihuahua belonging to Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni-Sarkozy wreaked havoc in the Élysée Palace

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The culprits are said to be Toumi, a Chihuahua, and Clara and Dumbledore, a pair of Labradors

The Dutch flag flies at half-staff at the Kneuterdijk Palace in The Hague

Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Holland mourns 'random nature' of tragedy

The claims and counter-claims on the ground will have little impact on the relatives’ immediate grief

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17: David Cameron sends air crash experts to Ukraine

David Cameron vowed that those responsible for the Flight MH17 disaster would be tracked down as he held talks with world leaders on the international community’s response to the crisis.

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