Mourning for MH17 Victims Continues in Netherlands

Mourning for MH17 Victims Continues in Netherlands

Mourning continues in the Netherlands, as the drum beat for tougher sanctions and greater access to the crash site gets louder. Tracie Potts reports.
(NBC News) People in the Netherlands are mourning, and waiting for more remains to arrive from the Malaysian flight that was shot down over Ukraine.

Investigators are getting better access to the crash site of Malaysia Flight 17.

"But on the site it's still clear that nothing is happening without the approval of the armed rebels who most likely brought the plane down in the first place," said the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott.

The State Department says up to 100 victims may still be missing.

Malaysia says it could be months before they're recovered.

"Yes, I am angry and I want full access,"said Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak.

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