Experts say process will be challenging owing to condition of bodies

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 30 Jul 2014

UTRECHT: The disaster victim identification (DVI) process was always going to be a complex one. It has become even more challenging because many of the MH17 victims’ remains were not intact, said Malaysian team leader Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood.

The consultant forensic pathologist is leading the team of 21 experts in the DVI process.

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