69
      Friday
      80 / 53
      Saturday
      81 / 59
      Sunday
      84 / 62

      Most passengers on doomed airliner were Dutch

      A woman walks at the site of a crashed Malaysia Airlines passenger plane near the village of Rozsypne, eastern Ukraine Friday, July 18, 2014. Rescue workers, policemen and even off-duty coal miners were combing a sprawling area in eastern Ukraine near the Russian border where the Malaysian plane ended up in burning pieces Thursday, killing all 298 aboard. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
      A woman walks at the site of a crashed Malaysia Airlines passenger plane near the village of Rozsypne, eastern Ukraine Friday, July 18, 2014. Rescue workers, policemen and even off-duty coal miners were combing a sprawling area in eastern Ukraine near the Russian border where the Malaysian plane ended up in burning pieces Thursday, killing all 298 aboard. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
      The Malaysia Airlines plane shot down over war-torn eastern Ukraine on Thursday was carrying 298 passengers and crew. They hailed from 12 countries, though it wasn't clear how many had dual nationalities; Malaysia Airlines said one was a dual U.S.-Dutch citizen. The airline and relevant governments gave these figures:

      Netherlands: 192

      Malaysia: 44 (including 15 crew and two infants)

      Australia: 28

      Indonesia: 12 (including one infant)

      United Kingdom: 10

      Germany: 4

      Belgium: 4

      Vietnam: 3

      Philippines: 3

      United States: 1

      Canada: 1

      New Zealand: 1

      Hong Kong: 1