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For the first time in nearly a week, international investigators made it to the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
For days on end the area controlled by pro-Russian rebels presented too much of a threat to the team, which is from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe.
There is suspicion that those very same separatists may have shot the plane down two weeks ago today.
Two hundred ninety-eight people were on the doomed flight, and now the Australians are saying up to 80 bodies could still be at the site.
OSCE Spokesman Michael Bociurkiw tells CNN's Jake Tapper about new developments in the investigation.