A train carrying the bodies of many of those who died when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down in eastern Ukraine has arrived in Ukrainian government-held territory. The remains will now be taken to the Netherlands for identification.
Pro-Russian separatists who control the region where the plane came down have also now reportedly handed over the plane's black boxes to Malaysian officials.
But five days on, the crash site is still unsecured.
Here & Now's Sacha Pfeiffer talks to freelance photojournalist Filip Warwick, who’s reporting from the crash site.
- Filip Warwick, freelance photojournalist. He tweets @filipwarwick.
This segment aired on July 22, 2014.