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Dutch air accident officials said they have found no evidence that black boxes on board MH17 were tampered with.
The boxes were earlier delivered to British investigators for examination.
Missiles that brought down two Ukrainian fighter jets were fired from Russia, Ukraine's security council has claimed.
"Two of our jets were hit at an altitude of 5,200 metres. According to preliminary information, the missiles were launched from the territory of the Russian Federation," the council said in a statement.
Long lines of Palestinians are fleeing Israeli strikes in Gaza's Khan Younis area, with many walking away with belongings and no where to go.
Khan Younis is one of the main focal points of Israel's recent missile assaults, but residents have said it is only civilian homes that are being hit.
A trumpeter played The Last Post as the bodies of victims from the downed Malaysia Airlines flight landed in Holland.
As the Dutch king and queen looked on, two transport planes carrying 40 coffins flew into Holland's Eindhoven airport.
A motorcade of hearses were at the airport to take the coffins to the Korporaal van Oudheusden barracks, where the long-process of identifying the bodies will begin.
Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, have been meeting and greeting athletes ahead of tonight's Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Glasgow, due to start at 8pm.
The Queen, as head of the Commonwealth, is to formally open the Games in Glasgow. Organisers have said the spectacle is to be the most prestigious live event in Scotland.
The father of Claudia Lawrence hopes today's arrest of a 46-year-old man by police investigating her disappearance "is another vital piece in the jigsaw", his spokesman said.
– Martin Dales, spokesman for Peter Lawrence, Claudia’s father
Peter remains very grateful for all the hard work that North Yorkshire Police are continuing to put in to finding Claudia.
It is to be hoped that this is another vital piece in the jigsaw of information that needs to come in to the police: it is much better if people volunteer information than wasting valuable police time in them having to find it out for themselves and then come looking for people.
The parents of three Australian children who were killed with their grandfather in the MH17 crash said they are living in a "hell beyond hell" in the wake of the disaster.
Mo, Otis and Evie Maslin, aged 12, eight and 10, and their grandfather Nick Norris, 68, were among the 298 people killed when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was apparently shot down in eastern Ukraine on July 17.
Anthony Maslin and Marite Norris said the "people who shot our whole family out of the sky" do not deserve the "intense and relentless" pain they are suffering.
"We live in a hell beyond hell. Our babies are not here with us – we need to live with this act of horror, every day and every moment for the rest of our lives," the parents said in a statement.
"No one deserves what we are going through. Not even the people who shot our whole family out of the sky.
"No hate in the world is as strong as the love we have for our children, for Mo, for Evie, for Otis. No hate in the world is as strong as the love we have for Grandad Nick. No hate in the world is as strong as the love we have for each other. This is a revelation that gives us some comfort."
The Middle East conflict has left children in Gaza with serious injuries as both sides continue attacking one another.
The children pictured are just two of those being treated at Khan Yunis Hospital, Gaza.
ITV News also met three-year-old Randa Al Shaer - who is not pictured because of the severity of her injuries - who suffered third degree burns and lost both her mother and grandfather in an Israeli airstrike.
Four members of Sri Lanka's Commonwealth Games cycling team caused a police response after being spotted going for a ride down one of Scotland's busiest stretches of motorway.
STV News reported that four Glasgow 2014 athletes were seen cycling down the M74 before police intervened and informed them they were breaking the law.
Johnathan Brownlee, the 2012 Triathlon World Champion, snapped the cyclists before tweeting: "I suppose it's a nice wide road!"
Just seen the Sri Lankan cycling team on the M74. Suppose it is a nice wide road!! http://t.co/1sMV3ZDAin
The triathlete's brother Alistair Brownlee tweeted a second picture of the team members.
The Sri Lankan cycling team cruising down the M74, lovely spot for a bike ride. http://t.co/NYr17Pp6So
A police spokeswoman said: "Police attended. Advice and assistance was given and the cyclists were advised to get off the road."
The spokeswoman confirmed they were from the Sri Lankan team and said the cycles were loaded on to a team vehicle and they left the area.
Actress Dora Bryan has died at the age of 91.
The Brighton-based actress starred in Last of the Summer Wine, the St Trinian’s films and Absolutely Fabulous.