Investigators searching the wreckage of Malaysian Air Flight MH17 is eastern Ukraine over the weekend found more human remains and personal items of victims as government forces continued battling pro-Russian rebels.
The nearly 100 strong team of Dutch and Australian forensic experts and police officers, heaped by sniffer dogs, returned to a chicken farm near the village of Grabovo where the bulk of the fuselage came down on July 17.
More than 200 victims have been found, however the investigation continues for the remaining victims.
ABC’s Tom Rivers joined us to discuss.
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