Censor.NET reports about it, citing the Guardian.
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The breakthrough came after a meeting between Russian, Ukrainian and separatist leaders in the Belarusian capital Minsk, and followed the successful mission of an advance team involving Australian and Dutch police.
The advance team has identified a new, safer but longer route for a 14-vehicle convoy, which on Friday afternoon, was on its way to the site, Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) spokesman Michael Bociurkiw said.
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"There will be about 100 [people] in this convoy," the Australian foreign affairs minister, Julie Bishop, said from Kiev. "We have judged that it is safe for a much larger team to go on to the crash site and really start working in earnest."Bishop said refrigerated vans would carry the remains, which would then be transferred to the Netherlands for identification. "My work is done but the mission goes on," she said.
Australian officials believe as many as 80 bodies are still at the site.