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The remains of Malaysian victims aboard MH17 are stowed to be flown back to Malaysia from Schiphol International Airport in Amsterdam. - EPA
AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands: The special flight bearing the remains of 20 Malaysian victims of the MH17 tragedy has left Amsterdam on its way to Kuala Lumpur.
The flight, with designated number MH6129, departed at 9.40pm Malaysian time and is expected to take 11 hours.
You can track the special flight on flightradar here.
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