Travellers look at flowers placed in memory of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 at the Schiphol airport, near Amsterdam, on July 27, 2014. (AFP/ANP/Bart Maat)
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A team of Dutch and Australian police Monday will again attempt to reach the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, a senior Australian official said, although he warned the situation was volatile.Earlier Monday, Colvin cautioned that if fighting in the area was a genuine offensive to take back ground, "we may be some days before we can feel safe and secure to go back in there".He added that Australian police would have no role in securing the site and would only be involved in a detailed examination of the crash area, which Colvin estimated would take five to seven days initially. Colvin confirmed that the Australian police would be unarmed.
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