Tuesday, July 22
(Kuala Lumpur) -- The bodies of nearly 300 Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash victims are being moved by train to a location where they will be handed over to representatives of the Netherlands. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said the remains will then be flown to Amsterdam. According to Razak, an international team of investigators is now being guaranteed safe passage to the crash site to begin a formal probe into what happened and who is responsible. Meanwhile, rebels in Ukraine handed over the downed jet's black boxes and they are now in the hands of Malaysian experts.