#MH17: Two planes with victims' remain arrive in the Netherlands
Two planes, a Dutch army C-130 and an Australian military C-7,
carrying 40 bodies arrived at Eindhoven airbase in the Netherlands.
Malaysian Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, Dutch King
Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, bereaved
relatives and representatives of the other nations that lost citizens on
the flight met the planes.
The arrival of the planes was met with a trumpet salute and a minute's silence.
All church bells in the Netherlands will ring at 1355 GMT (11.55pm Malaysia) in respect for the deceased.
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