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Some of the 298 occupants of Malaysia
Airlines Boeing 777, which crashed on
Thursday after being hit by a Russian-
made missile over eastern Ukraine, remain
As a result, Dutch authorities could not
say whether any T&T citizens were on board
Dutch Ambassador to T&T Lucita Moeni-
ralam was in a meeting yesterday and could
An official at the T&T Embassy in the
Netherlands directed questions to Foreign
Affairs Ministry spokesman Frisco Wijnen,
who said names were still being recorded.
"All the passengers have not been iden-
tified as yet. It s a difficult thing to do.
"We have a special team set up by the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs. I don t have the
names and addresses as yet. We want to
be the ones to contact the families. We do
not want them to know via the media,"
Minister of Foreign Affairs Winston Dook-
Plane victims still unidentified
eran could not be reached for comment as calls to
his cellular phone went unanswered.
A statement from the Embassy of the Kingdom
of the Netherlands said, "The Netherlands is deeply
shocked by the terrible air disaster involving flight
MH17. We mourn all those who were on board, what-
ever their nationality. Our thoughts are with their
loved ones, friends, colleagues and acquaintances."
The embassy also said the Dutch government is
doing all it can to gain clarity for the victims families
as swiftly as possible.
"The Netherlands is pressing for an independent
and transparent international investigation and calls
on all those involved to provide full and immediate
co-operation. A crisis team has been set up at the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague. Relatives
of victims can contact the ministry on +31 (0)70 348
7770," the embassy said.
The plane, loaded with 298 passengers,
was blown out of the sky at 33,000 feet
and crashed in a field in a part of eastern
Ukraine controlled by pro-Russia
separatists. The New York Times reported
yesterday that US military officials believe
the plane was taken down by a Russian
missile system known as the SA-11 or Buk.
It is still unclear who fired the missile.
Ukraine has released audio that they
believe ties pro-Russian separatists to the
downing of the plane. Reports suggest 100
of the passengers were headed to an Aids
conference, including top researcher Joep
Flight MH17 departed Amsterdam at
12.15pm and was estimated to arrive at
Kuala Lumpur international airport at
6.10am (Malaysia time) the next day. The
flight also had a Dutch airline flight number
from KLM, KL4103.
GEORGETOWN---Two homosexual sex work-
ers were stabbed to death on the streets of
Georgetown in the early hours of Sunday,
allegedly by the spurned lover of another.
The body of Jason John was found in Leopold
Street and that of Carl Sinclair was found just
over a block away in Lombard Street. Both were
lying in blood.
The ex-lover of five years with a colleague
of the gay men, all commercial sex workers,
had reportedly earlier thrown gasoline on his
former partner and attempted to set him alight
in the vicinity of Georgetown s landmark St
George s Cathedral.
But, eyewitnesses say, that other sex workers
intervened and halted the man in the act, and
The man reportedly later attacked John and
Sinclair with a knife in Leopard Street, where
John succumbed. Though wounded, Sinclair
fled but the man caught up with him in Lombard
Street an dealt the sex worker several more
stabs, killing him at that location. (CMC)
Two gay sex workers
murdered in Guyana
"We have a special team set
up by the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs. I don't have
the names and addresses as
yet. We want to be the ones
to contact the families. We
do not want them to know
via the media."
---Spokesman Frisco Wijnen
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