Ukrainian men hold flowers as they offer them at the Netherlands Embassy for the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash victims, in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, July 17. Residents of the Ukrainian village where the Malaysian airliner was shot down with 298 people aboard a year ago joined a procession to the crash site on Friday, while Australia's prime minister remembered the "savagery" of the disaster as he unveiled a plaque in Canberra that's set in soil from where the wreckage fell.
Ukrainian men hold flowers as they offer them at the Netherlands Embassy for the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash victims, in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, July 17. Residents of the Ukrainian village where the Malaysian airliner was shot down with 298 people aboard a year ago joined a procession to the crash site on Friday, while Australia's prime minister remembered the "savagery" of the disaster as he unveiled a plaque in Canberra that's set in soil from where the wreckage fell. Efrem Lukatsky AP
Ukrainian men hold flowers as they offer them at the Netherlands Embassy for the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash victims, in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, July 17. Residents of the Ukrainian village where the Malaysian airliner was shot down with 298 people aboard a year ago joined a procession to the crash site on Friday, while Australia's prime minister remembered the "savagery" of the disaster as he unveiled a plaque in Canberra that's set in soil from where the wreckage fell. Efrem Lukatsky AP

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