Netherlands mourns MH17 dead

Updated 1344 GMT (2144 HKT) July 20, 2014
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People pray during a special Mass in memory of the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 on July 20 in St. Vitus Church in Hilversum, Netherlands. The United States says a surface-to-air missile took down the Boeing 777 in eastern Ukraine on July 17 as it was flying from Amsterdam, Netherlands, to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, killing all 298 people aboard. At least 192 of the dead were Dutch. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands sign a condolence register for relatives and friends of the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 at the Ministry of Safety and Justice in The Hague on Friday, July 18. Patrick van Katwijk/DPA/AP
The Dutch flag flies at half-staff July 18 at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
Dutch newspapers feature the crash of a Malaysian plane on Thursday, July 17. ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSENA/ANP/AFP Photo/Getty images
Arthur Laumann holds a floral tribute and photograph of family friend Wayan Sujana, believed to be missing on the flight, at Schiphol Airport on July 18 in Amsterdam. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
A woman grieves at a memorial in front of the Dutch Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, on July 18. SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP/Getty Images
People leave flowers for the victims at the Dutch Embassy in Kiev. Anatolii Stepanov/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
People lay flowers and light candles in front of the Schiphol airport on July 18. JOHN THYS/AFP/Getty Images
A couple walks through Schiphol Airport to a location where more information will be given regarding the flight on July 17, 2014. JEROEN JUMELET/AFP/Getty Images
Family members of victims leave Schiphol Airport on July 17 in Amsterdam. Robin Utrecht Photography/Getty Images