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Mourning MH17

Neils Jensen, originally from the Netherlands, flies his Dutch flag at half mast at his home in Osprey Village on Friday to mourn the loss of life on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. There were 193 Dutch victims on board the flight destined for Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam which was shot down over the Ukraine. - Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
Neils Jensen, originally from the Netherlands, flies his Dutch flag at half mast at his home in Osprey Village on Friday to mourn the loss of life on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. There were 193 Dutch victims on board the flight destined for Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam which was shot down over the Ukraine.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
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