Netherlands outraged by ‘utterly disrespectful behavior’ at MH17 crash site

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In Holland, there is growing anger over the treatment of the bodies of the MH17 victims. The Dutch Prime Minister announced he is sending a team of experts to the crash site to help identify the victims. CCTV’s Richard Bestic reports from Amsterdam with the latest.

Netherlands angry at \'utterly disrespectful behavior\' at MH17 crash site

Netherlands angry at \'utterly disrespectful behavior\' at MH17 crash site

In Holland, there is growing anger over the treatment of the bodies of the victims. The Dutch Prime Minister just announced he is sending a team of experts to the crash site to help identify the victims.CCTV's Richard Bestic reports from Amsterdam with the latest.

Prime Minister Mark Rutte expressed anger over the chaotic scene at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, where nearly 200 Dutch citizens were killed, saying Russia has “one last chance” to use its influence with Ukrainian rebels to provide access to the scene.

Reuters quotes Rutte as saying he had a “very intense” conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The Dutch premier said the leaders of Germany, Britain and Australia — all of whom had citizens who were killed when the plane crashed in Eastern Ukraine — shared his view. Speaking in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, Dutch Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans has demanded full cooperation from rebel groups at the crash site, for his teams working alongside the OSCE, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Netherlands is preparing to brief the United Nations Security Council following the crash. The Security Council is due to vote Monday on a resolution that would condemn the downing of MH17, demand that those responsible be held accountable, and that armed groups don’t compromise the crash site integrity.

CCTV’s Natalie Feary reports with details from the UN headquarters.

U.N. Security Council to vote on downing of Malaysia airlines

U.N. Security Council to vote on downing of Malaysia airlines

The Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Netherlands is preparing to brief the United Nations Security Council following the crash. Minister Frans Timmermans is headed to New York City. CCTV's Natalie Feary reports with details from the UN headquarters.

The U.S. is putting pressure on Russia to resolve the Ukraine crisis. The Obama administration accuses Russia of supporting separatists, who are suspected of shooting down the Malaysian jetliner. CCTV’s Susan Roberts is joined by Kurt Volker, former U.S. ambassador to NATO, to talk about Washington’s role in the MH17 investigation.

Kurt Volker talks about U.S. role in MH17 investigation

Kurt Volker talks about U.S. role in MH17 investigation

The U.S. is putting pressure on Russia to resolve the Ukraine crisis. The Obama administration accuses Russia of supporting separatists, who are suspected of shootng down the Malaysian jetliner. CCTV's Susan Roberts is joined by Kurt Volker, former U.S. ambassador to NATO, to talk about Washington's role in MH17 investigation.