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    Posted July 18, 2014 by
    rseggers
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    Netherlands
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Plane crash in Ukraine

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    "may he dissapear, This is how he looks like, "

    Plum and his partner Neeltje Tol went on a holiday trip

    Among the passengers was also Mr Joep Lange

    a clinical researcher from the Netherlands, specialising in HIV therapy who served as the President of the International AIDS Society from 2002 to 2004. He was also the Founding Chairman of PharmAccess Foundation.

    Lange and his partner Jacqueline van Tongeren were passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 which was shot down near Hrabove, Ukraine, on 17 July 2014.

    He was en-route to Melbourne to attend the 20th
    International AIDS Conference, starting on July 19.

    Also confirmed the presumed loss of life of Member of Senate
    Willem Witteveen

    a Dutch politician of the Labour Party (PvdA). He was a Member of the Senate. Witteveen and his wife Lidwien Heerkens and their daughter were passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17


    In the Netherlands Province of Brabant the estimation is that their were 30 persons on board of this flight.

    The city of Cuijk mentioned a member of their staff is also reported as passenger on the flight.



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