Lorries carrying the wreckage of the passenger airplane MH17 that crashed in Ukraine arrive at Gilze-Rijen airbase in Gilze-Rijen, The Netherlands, on December 9, 2014. AFP PHOTO/ANP ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN
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Crash investigators will try to reconstruct the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 that was shot down over eastern Ukraine in July from wreckage that was brought by truck to a Dutch air force hangar Tuesday.Ukrainian emergency services operating under Dutch supervision picked up wreckage considered most valuable for the inquiry during a six-day operation in November.One group last week called for a U.N. envoy to take over the investigation, saying Dutch authorities had failed to build a case.The Dutch Safety Board said the wreckage would be photographed, scanned and categorized and experts would then attempt to reconstruct the airliner.
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