A further six bodies retrieved from the MH17 tragedy have arrived in the Netherlands.
They were flown in by a Dutch Air Force C-130 transporter, travelling from eastern Ukraine to the southern city of Eindhoven.
Firstly, they were sent to a ceremony attended by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte before they were sent to a forensic research facility for identification.
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It’s five months since the Malaysia Airlines craft crashed while travelling over rebel territory in Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers, 38 of which were Australians.
Meantime, Malaysia Airlines claims its losses have increased.
The airline’s net loss reportedly rose by 53 per-cent between July and September and now stands at 184 million dollars.
The company was also forced to appologise after it was slammed for a promotional message on Twitter that came across as insentivive to some.
It tweeted the slogan “Want to go somewhere, but don’t know where?” before the carrier was forced to say sorry for “unintentionally causing offence to some”.