(From left) British Metropolitan Police detective inspector Howard Way, Dutch spokesman for the The National Forensic Investigation Team (LTFO) Arie de Bruijn and German Police detective chief Attila Hohn during a press conference  in Bunnik, The Netherlands to explain the procedures to identify the remains of the victims of MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine. Photo: EPA (From left) British Metropolitan Police detective inspector Howard Way, Dutch spokesman for the The National Forensic Investigation Team (LTFO) Arie de Bruijn and German Police detective chief Attila Hohn during a press conference  in Bunnik, The Netherlands to explain the procedures to identify the remains of the victims of MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine. Photo: EPA
(From left) British Metropolitan Police detective inspector Howard Way, Dutch spokesman for the The National Forensic Investigation Team (LTFO) Arie de Bruijn and German Police detective chief Attila Hohn during a press conference in Bunnik, The Netherlands to explain the procedures to identify the remains of the victims of MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine. Photo: EPA

Accusing each other of hypocrisy, France and UK clash over MH17 disaster response

(From left) British Metropolitan Police detective inspector Howard Way, Dutch spokesman for the The National Forensic Investigation Team (LTFO) Arie de Bruijn and German Police detective chief Attila Hohn during a press conference  in Bunnik, The Netherlands to explain the procedures to identify the remains of the victims of MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine. Photo: EPA (From left) British Metropolitan Police detective inspector Howard Way, Dutch spokesman for the The National Forensic Investigation Team (LTFO) Arie de Bruijn and German Police detective chief Attila Hohn during a press conference  in Bunnik, The Netherlands to explain the procedures to identify the remains of the victims of MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine. Photo: EPA
(From left) British Metropolitan Police detective inspector Howard Way, Dutch spokesman for the The National Forensic Investigation Team (LTFO) Arie de Bruijn and German Police detective chief Attila Hohn during a press conference in Bunnik, The Netherlands to explain the procedures to identify the remains of the victims of MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine. Photo: EPA
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