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Initial breakdown of passengers’ nationalities on board MH-17:

/ 04:37 PM July 18, 2014

Huib Gorter, senior vice-president of Malaysia Airlines, speaks at a press conference at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam, Thursday, July 17, 2014. An official with Malaysia Airlines says at least one Canadian was among the 295 people aboard a passenger plane that was downed today over Ukraine. Gorter says 154 people were Dutch, 27 were Australians, 23 were Malaysians, 11 were Indonesian, 6 were from the United Kingdom, 4 were from Germany, 4 were from Belgium, and 3 were from the Philippines. Gorter says authorities are still trying to determine the nationalities of the rest of the passengers. (AP Photo/Phil Nijhuis)

First posted 9:14 am | Friday, July 18th, 2014

 

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HRABOVE, Ukraine – The initial breakdown of the passengers’ nationalities, according to Malaysian Airlines vice president Huib Gorter:

173 The Netherlands
44 Malaysia

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27 Australia

12 Indonesia
9 United Kingdom

4 Germany

4 Belgium

3 Philippines

1 Canada

1 New Zealand

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Another 20 remain unidentified.

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