Here is a recap of today's updates as the Malaysia Airlines MH17 plane crash disaster story develops.
- Almost three days on, no side has admitted the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. It crashed in the Donetsk region of Ukraine around 3am NZT Friday. There were 298 people on board.
- Ukraine's spy chief says he has proof that the missile that downed flight MH17 came from a Russian-operated missile launcher that has since been moved back onto Russian soil.
- The recovery of the bodies of the travellers has been described as an "invasion of the body snatchers".
- There are serious concerns the crash site could be compromised.
- Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte has said Russian President Vladimir Putin has 'one last chance' to show he is serious about helping rescuers recover the bodies.
- Malaysia Airlines could face legal action in several countries after the downing of MH17 in war-torn eastern Ukraine.
- There were various Kiwi linked victims in the tragedy, including New Zealand-born Mary Menke who was killed alongside her husband, Otaki-based Rob Ayley's family hoped for a miracle but it wasn't to be.
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