10.06pm BST Summary We’re going to wrap our coverage for the day. Here’s a list of the day’s key events. • A rebel commander “admitted” separatist forces had a Buk missile system of the kind believed to have shot down MH17. Alexander Khodakovsky, of the Vostok Battalion, hinted strongly that the anti-aircraft weaponry came from an outside power in an interview with Reuters. Later, Khodakovsky apparently denied the report to Russian media, but witnesses had previously told the Guardian of seeing a Buk system in rebel hands. • Rebels shot down two Sukhoi Ukrainian fighter jets, and the military and separatists are searching for the pilots. Kiev said the jets were downed by a missile launched from Russian territory, and that the pilots had parachuted out. As the Ukrainian military retook suburbs near rebel-held cities of Luhansk and Donetsk, rebels blew up bridges and fought sporadic battles. • Forty coffins arrived on two transport planes in the Netherlands, with the king, queen, prime minister and victims’ families in attendance. The bodies were taken to Hilversum for identification. There are 298 victims in all; Dutch officials have confirmed receipt of at least 200 bodies. • The Dutch safety board found no… Read full this story
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