On Wednesday morning two airplanes, one from the Royal Dutch Air Force and one from the Royal Australian Air Force, arrived in Eindhoven, Netherlands carrying 40 of the victims from the Malaysia Airlines 17 disaster. After the planes' arrival, a somber memorial ceremony was carried out on the tarmac in front of royal dignitaries, members of the government, and family members of the victims. Following the ceremony, there was a one minute moment of silence across the country. After leaving the airport, the motorcade with the victims remains drove to the barracks in Hilversum, Netherlands where work will start on the identification of the bodies. The rest of the remains, still in Khakiv, Ukraine, are expected to arrive daily for the rest of the week.
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