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Netherlands Embassy invites public to remember Malaysia Airlines crash victims

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A small memorial has been created outside the Netherlands Embassy in DC. (Photo: Kellee Azar/FOX 5) A small memorial has been created outside the Netherlands Embassy in DC. (Photo: Kellee Azar/FOX 5)
A small memorial has been created outside the Netherlands Embassy in DC. (Photo: Kellee Azar/FOX 5) A small memorial has been created outside the Netherlands Embassy in DC. (Photo: Kellee Azar/FOX 5)
WASHINGTON - The public is invited to sign a condolence book at the Netherlands Embassy in D.C. in honor of the victims of last week's Malaysia Airlines crash.  

The Netherlands Embassy will place a condolence register in the lobby on Monday, July 21 and Tuesday, July 22.  They're inviting the public to come and sign it from 10 a.m. to noon, and 2-4 p.m.  

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 went down Friday, and Ukrainian officials say the plane was shot down by a mobile missile battery from a rebel-controlled area in eastern Ukraine.  The Associated Press reports they said the BUK rocket launcher was supplied from Russia, and operated by Russian personnel.

Netherlands Embassy
4200 Linnean Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008


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