Bengaluru, Nov 11: Netherlands held an emotional ceremony for the 298 victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was shot down in July, focusing on the world's eyes on the conflict in the ex-Soviet state.
Pro-Russian separatist authorities in Donetsk said that the delayed removal of MH17 plane debris would begin on Tuesday, despite the fighting, but Dutch investigators say that no date has officially been fixed and that the situation is being assessed daily.
Meanwhile, Bill Gates spoke at an event in London and highlighted the importance of aid in the fight against diseases including malaria and Ebola.
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