1. Pan of woman leaving candle at Dutch embassy in Kiev to commemorate the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
2. Close of photo of victim
3. Close of flowers
4. Pan from media to flowers
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Peter Ahgendooen, from Holland:
"Or course it is a terrible thing to happen and now trying to bring perpetrators to court it is very difficult, because everybody knows that it was Russia involved. The proof is 100 percent, I would say it's water tight. To get (Russian President Vladimir) Putin or his military to admit that Russian soldiers were in Ukraine, that will never happen I guess. Because if he (Putin) admits that, he is violating international law by sending officially troops into the neighbouring country."
6. Various of Kostyantyn Smolyn, local resident, leaving flowers
7. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Kostyantyn Smolyn, local resident:
"Today it's a very tragic day, because this is a crime that happened here and so many people, children died. Crimes were not punished and we don't want it to be so, we want it to be fair. And we want relatives of victims to not stay in suspense. I hope that the trial will happen soon and the guilty people will be punished. And that such crimes will never happen again."
Hrabovo, Donetsk Region, Ukraine – 17 July 2018
8. Wide of people standing with flags of countries whose citizens died on MH17: Belgium, Philippines, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, Australia
9. Various of people with portraits of victims
10. People laying flowers at the memorial of the crash site
11. Close of memorial
12. People with white balloons at the crash site
13. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Oleksandra (no last name given), local resident:
"I was in my garden and saw it flying over my garden (the plane) and being destroyed in the air. I fell down and smashed my face. People were running away in Hrabovo, shouting."
Ukraine marked the fourth anniversary of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 tragedy on Tuesday.
Four years ago, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was shot down by a missile over eastern Ukraine. 298 passengers and crew were killed as a result.
International prosecutors have said earlier this year they had unequivocal evidence of Russian involvement in the downing of the Malaysian passenger jet.
In May, a Dutch-led international team of investigators said they had strong evidence that the Buk missile system that brought down the Amsterdam-Kuala Lumpur flight came from a Russia-based military unit, the 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade based in the Russian city of Kursk.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected the findings.