Bone fragments have been found at the site where MH17 came down more than four months ago, killing nearly 300 people.
Under the supervision of Dutch investigators and officials from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, some of the wreckage has now been hoisted and removed by train to the nearby city of Kharkov. The investigation into what brought the aircraft down is being conducted there and in the Netherlands.
MH17 was a scheduled Malaysian Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. On July 17 last, the plane was flying over Ukrainian territory when it was allegedly shot down by a surface to air missile volley. Both Russian and Ukrainian forces blame each other for the incident.
No official cause for the crash has yet been determined.