3 years on, families honor loved ones lost on downed MH17


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 3 years on, families honor loved ones lost on downed MH17

Dutch King Willem-Alexander, center left, and Queen Maxima during the revealing of the National Monument for the MH17 victims in Vijfhuizen, The Netherlands, Monday, July 17, 2017. Relatives and friends of people killed 3 years ago when a surface-to-air missile blew a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet out of the sky over Ukraine are marking the anniversary together with the Dutch king at a new memorial near the Amsterdam airport from which the plane departed. (Remko de Waal/ Pool via AP)
By: Associated Press

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