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The Netherlands lost almost 200 people when Malaysia Airlines flight 17 was downed nine days ago while carrying 298 passengers. Up to 39 Australian citizens and residents perished in the disaster. An official delegation was at the airport to watch
The Dutch have lined the streets to observe the hearses carrying the remains of MH17 victims and pay their respects...There would be silence but for the tinkling sound of the flags, flying at half-mast, clattering against poles in the wind. Loved
22:20 EST, 23 July 2014 24 shares View comments Thousands of mourners have lined up along Dutch highways and roads to watch the first 40 victims of the MH17 tragedy be transported to a forensic institute to be identified.
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 15° Min 8° First MH17 victims return to Holland Newstalk ZB Staff, Newstalk ZB July 24, 2014, 5:56 am A gut-wrenching, heartbreaking sight as the first 40 bodies of flight MH 17 victims are carried in hearses from
Shuffling off this mortal coil in many countries means making a final trip to burial or cremation in a motorized hearse. But in Denmark a country famous for its pedaling lifestyle the recently deceased now have the option of being seen off on a
Barbie's Dream Hearse, which is perfect to ferry Barbie from her Dream House to the Dream Morgue, and then the Dream Cemetery Plot or wherever her preferred resting place is...This Seattle hearse has been modified into a 7-passenger limo and is
Banners marking the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's funeral have been unveiled. The banners commemorating the event include a replica of the horse-drawn hearse and are being hung on light posts at the entrance of Oak Ridge Cemetery.
Friends and family paying tribute to Jasmyn Chan at her funeral at City Road Crematorium in Sheffield were told her selfless act was not something learned in a few seconds but rather 'a way of life'. The 14-year-old from died last month when she was
00:02 EST, 3 June 2014 0 View comments Bereaved loved ones of the deceased looking for a unique take on the classic funeral service are increasingly taking advantage of showmen pallbearers who march, dance and twirl the casket toward its final
A two day vigil began on Thursday and will continue until this afternoon with many more expected to sign the book of condolence. His family will hold a private funeral later where they will say their final goodbyes, but at 11am his mother Jane has