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Ukraine / Plane Disaster / Netherlands / A Discussion #1069145

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 23, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The arrival in the Netherlands of the bodies of 40 victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 that was shot down over Ukraine reported; scenes shown from the airfield of the ceremony, the motorcade, the churches.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest and NFC Handelsblad journalist Michel Krielaars about the national day of mourning in the Netherlands. [KRIELAARS - comments on this act of war; comments on the ceremonies. more planeloads of bodies to be identified.] [QUEST - comments on the day's events.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ukraine: Ivan Watson; studio: Richard Quest) A quiet day at the crash site in Ukraine with a lot of debris removed, the lack of investigators at the site. the shooting down of two government warplanes by separatists' missiles discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Watson, Ivan;
Quest, Richard

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