The brother of a British man killed in the MH17 disaster has described his family's pain as they endure a long wait for the return of his body.
Cameron Dalziel, who had dual British and South African nationality, was one of 10 British nationals on flight MH17 when it was shot down over eastern Ukraine on July 17.
The father-of-two's brother Campbell told the Sunday Times that Cameron's wife is "absolutely distraught" since the crash.
He hit out at the treatment of the 298 victims, whose bodies lay abandoned in a field close to the crash site in the days after the incident.
"They had been lying in a strange field in a conflict zone, abandoned for four days while investigators were prevented from going to retrieve their dead," he said.
"So the professionalism and dignity of how they were honoured as fallen soldiers was such a stark contrast to the days after the crash."
The mother of the three Australian children killed on flight MH17 told a memorial service her "arms would always be reaching for them."
A woman has apparently posted pictures of herself on social media with mascara looted from the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crash site.
A large section of plane wreckage and everyday carry-on items like chocolates remain scattered among the wild flowers at the crash site.