Twenty-five forensic experts and dozens of support staff are now working to identify the remains of victims from the Malaysia Airlines plane that was shot down last week over eastern Ukraine.
The work began in the Netherlands after the remains of victims started being flown in from Ukraine on Wednesday. More military aircraft, with additional remains, are expected later today.
Meanwhile, in the UK, investigators continue to examine Malaysia Air Flight 17’s black boxes. The show, they say, no sign of tampering so far.
ABC News correspondent Tom Rivers joined us for more information.
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