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The Dutch prime minister has said the first plane carrying the victims of the downed flight MH17 is expected to leave Ukraine tomorrow, De Telegraaf reported.
Mark Rutte told a news conference the bodies will arrive at Eindhoven Airport before being taken to the Dutch city of Hilversum where they will begin the process of identifying the remains.
Teachers at schools involved in the 'Trojan Horse' investigation allegedly claimed the murder of Lee Rigby was "some kind of staged event or hoax", according to a government report.
The report's author, retired counter-terrorism officer Peter Clarke, analysed the contents of a social media discussion between teachers at Park View School who called themselves 'The Park View Brotherhood'.
Clarke's report says the group of teachers exchanged "highly offensive comments about British service personnel" on the WhatsApp messaging service.
He also described the general contents of the teachers' discussions as "grossly intolerant of beliefs and practices other than their own".
A Government-ordered inquiry into the "Trojan horse" allegations in Birmingham found "clear evidence" that there are number of people, associated with each other and in positions of authority within schools who "espouse, endorse or fail to challenge extremist views".
The Israel Defence Forces has identified the missing soldier as Sgt Oron Shaul, 21, from Poria.
The seventh soldier is Sgt. Oron Shaul, 21, from Poria. We are still working to identify his body.
The Malaysian prime minister has welcomed the arrival of the train carrying the bodies of flight MH17 victims to the city of Kharkiv.
Najib Razak said the Malaysian Airlines jet's black boxes appeared to be "in good condition" after they were handed over by separatist leader Alexander Borodai.
Razak said: "These were extraordinary circumstances which called for extraordinary measures.
"There were risks involved in pursuing this agreement. But we felt an obligation to explore all avenues to break the impasse, and secure the return of the remains and the black boxes".
Protesters have gathered outside the Russian and Ukrainian embassies in Kuala Lumpur demanding justice for the victims of the downed Malaysian Airlines jet.
Malaysian Airlines representatives will today join international investigators at the crash site of flight MH17 in Ukraine.
The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) wrote on Twitter:
The Government is set to release a key report on the allegations of a hardline Muslim takeover of certain schools in Birmingham.
Former counter-terrorism officer Peter Clarke was enlisted by then Education Secretary Michael Gove to look into the 'Trojan Horse' claims.
Birmingham City Council have already released their own report, saying there had been a pattern of behaviour from certain individuals who had been "moving between schools".
Former head teacher Ian Kershaw also said there were individuals "seeking to promote and encourage Islamic principles" and raising objections to "anti-Islamic" aspects of the school curriculum.
ITV News International Correspondent John Irvine has tweeted that the battle is raging in Gaza.
Seeing and hearing a battle raging in northern Gaza suggesting IDF finding it heavy going #Gaza