(CNN) — Cadaver dogs are helping 70 experts scour the debris field of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 for remains, according to the the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which is monitoring the search of the crash site in eastern Ukraine.
Another long day lies ahead, with work focused on the recovery of victims, the OSCE said on Twitter.
Saturday marks the third day monitors and experts have had unrestricted access to the site, more than two weeks after the Boeing 777 was brought down by a suspected surface-to-air missile, killing all 298 people aboard.
Pro-Russia rebels have denied allegations from Ukraine and the West that they shot down the commercial airliner, or that Russia supplied equipment used to shoot it down.
High-level negotiations between Ukraine and the rebels were necessary to allow the team of Dutch and Australian experts and their convoy of vehicles to cross and re-cross…
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