The father of Liam Sweeney, one of the British men killed in the Ukraine plane disaster, has called for his son's body to be released and returned home to the family.
Paying tribute to his son on Good Morning Britain, Barry Sweeney said it had been hard for him to watch the news coverage of events in Ukraine, particularly the body bags, as he did not want to imagine his son alone, "without a hug" in the wreckage of the site.
The bodies of the victims are being held in refrigerated train cars in Torez, the OSCE said, 9 miles away from the site.
It is unclear whether all the bodies have been recovered as the area is being controlled by pro-Russian separatist fighters.
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