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As many as 110 experts from Australia, the Netherlands, Malaysia and nine observers from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) went to the MH17 flight crash site to search for casualties.
Tuesday, August 5 is the fifth day international experts are working at the air disaster site. They came to the airliner’s crash area for the first time after a weeklong interval on July 31. Full-scale works started on August 1 and have been going on since then.
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 airliner on the way from the Dutch city of Amsterdam to Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17. The 298 aboard the airplane died in the air crash.