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."
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