Delta Airlines flight attendants place flowers in front of Schiphol airport on July 19, 2014, two days after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 carrying 298 people from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in eastern Ukraine. AFP PHOTO / JOHN THYS
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Forensic teams fanned out across the Netherlands Saturday to collect material including DNA samples that will help positively identify the remains of victims killed in the downing of the Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine.Malaysia Airlines said 192 of the 298 passengers and crew killed in Thursday's aviation disaster were Dutch.Malaysia Airlines said it is assessing security in Ukraine before taking a decision about possibly flying next of kin to the country where their family members lost their lives.A spokesman for the airline said family members were being cared for in Amsterdam while a team from the carrier, including security officials, is in Ukraine assessing the situation.
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