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A memorial to the victims of the MH17 crash opened in Amsterdam three years after the Malaysian Airlines plane was shot down.

King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima, members of the government and more than 2,000 relatives of passengers and crew members were present, Dutch News reported.

The sculpture is surrounded by a ribbon wood made up of 298 trees, each with a plaque containing the name of one of the victims, representing growth, hope and life.


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