Presentation on theme: "Deep red roses, waxy white lilies and bright, cheery sunflowers; as single blooms and in large bouquets, they pile up close to desk 29 at Amsterdam's."— Presentation transcript:
Deep red roses, waxy white lilies and bright, cheery sunflowers; as single blooms and in large bouquets, they pile up close to desk 29 at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. Twenty-four hours ago this was where Malaysia Airlines' Flight MH17 passengers checked in before boarding their ill-fated plane; bound for Kuala Lumpur, their journey would end far too soon, in a Ukrainian field close to the border with Russia.Malaysia Airlinesin a Ukrainian field close to the border with Russia
A man covers a body with a plastic sheet near the crash site July 18. The passengers and crew hailed from all over the world, including Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Germany and Canada.
A woman walks past a body covered with a plastic sheet near the crash site July 18. The diversity of the victims' nationalities has turned the crash into a global tragedy.
Pro-Russia rebels stand guard at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine on Friday, July 18. Ukrainian officials have accused pro-Russian rebels of downing the jet, but Russia has pointed the finger back at Ukraine, blaming its recent tough military operations against separatists.
A diver searches for the jet's flight data recorders on July 18.
Family members of those aboard Flight 17 leave Schiphol Airport near Amsterdam, Netherlands.
A couple walks to the location at Schiphol Airport near Amsterdam where more information will be given regarding the flight.
People pay tribute to the victims outside the Dutch Embassy in Kiev