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Air France and the Dutch airline KLM have suspended all flights to Tel Aviv, due to the situation in Israel.
The train to Kharkiv, Ukraine, which was carrying victims from the MH17 crash had 200 bodies on board not the 282 claimed by rebels, a Dutch official said.
Jan Tuinder, head of the Dutch crash investigation in Ukraine, said: "The first plane will take off tomorrow, and we will continue until the last victim is identified and brought home.
"As far as we know, at this moment we are talking about 200 - and that is for sure 200 - victims, which means that there are probably remains left in the area where this disaster took place."
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) has said that more than 118,300 Palestinians have now been displaced in Gaza due to the ongoing fighting.
More than 118,300 Palestinians are now displaced in 77 UNRWA shelters in #Gaza.
Malaysia Airlines crew members have paid tribute to the 298 victims of the MH17 crash at Schiphol airport, Amsterdam, where the doomed flight took off from.
All US flights to and from Tel Aviv have been suspended amid ongoing rocket fire in the region, the US aviation authority has announced.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it had informed US airlines that they were prohibited from flying to or from Ben Gurion International Airport for 24 hours.
The alert was in response to a rocket strike which occurred around one mile from the airport earlier today.
Delta Air Lines and US Airways have already suspended flights to the region following the reports.
US President Barack Obama has signed a book of condolence for the victims of the MH17 air disaster at the Netherlands embassy in America.
After signing the book, Obama said: "[I wanted to] express solidarity with the people of the Netherlands."
He added that the US will work with the country to ensure "justice is done".
Britain wants to impose sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin's "cronies" in response to the country's response over the MH17 air disaster, Philip Hammond said.
The new Foreign Secretary said: "The cronies of Mr Putin and his clique in the Kremlin are the people who have to bear the pressure.
"If the financial interests of the group around the leadership are affected, the leadership will know about it."
He added: "We are looking at individuals who contribute to, in one way or another, the regime in the Kremlin and its interference in Ukraine and Crimea or who have benefited from the decisions and actions of that regime."
An Interpol team has begun identifying victims of flight MH17 which crashed in eastern Ukraine leaving 298 dead, Reuters reports citing a statement.
The Palestinian leadership has proposed a plan to Egypt for a cease-fire in Gaza with a further five days of talks planned, a Fatah official in Cairo has said.
"The Palestinian leadership offered a new suggestion in the framework of the Egyptian initiative for a ceasefire followed immediately by negotiations lasting five days," Fatah official al-Ahmed said.
The United States will welcome steps to impose additional sanctions on Russia from Europe following the MH17 air disaster, the White House has said.
The spokesperson said the US was continuing to review sanctions on the country and was willing to consider further costs.