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Children: Evie (left), Mo (centre) and Otis (right) Maslin, pictured celebrating a birthday, are among the Australian victims of the disaster, in which a Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down by a missile over Ukraine
Children: Evie (left), Mo (centre) and Otis (right) Maslin, pictured celebrating a birthday, are among the Australian victims of the disaster, in which a Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down by a missile over Ukraine''
A shocking photograph released today by an Ukrainian official shows the harrowing image of an infant victim lying on its own in a field. The baby, who is pictured sprawled in the dirt near the crash site, is thought to be the youngest victim of the crash.
Ukraine government advisor Anton Gerashchenko, who published the picture, told Mr Putin that 'This baby's death is on your conscience.' The nationality of the infant is still unknown.
The image was published as it emerged that at least 80 children were among the 298 killed when a passenger jet was shot out of the sky at 32,000ft by a surface-to-air missile yesterday.
Two Indonesians aged just three and five who were flying with their parents, as well as three Australian children headed home with their grandfather, numbered among the 298 dead after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over rebel-held Ukraine yesterday.
Also on board the doomed flight were around 100 Aids experts on their way to an international conference, a Catholic nun from Australia and a British university student.
The nationalities of more victims were confirmed today - with the toll now including 189 Dutch, 44 Malaysians, 27 Australians, 12 Indonesians and 10 Britons. Three passengers are yet to be verified. No victims are thought to be U.S. citizens.
The Boeing 777 aircraft was travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it was hit by a sophisticated surface-to-air missile over territory near Donetsk held by pro-Russian rebels who the Ukrainian government says are backed by the Kremlin. Russian President Vladimir Putin has blamed Ukraine for the attack.
Young: Evie Maslin, 10, from Australia was flying with her siblings
Young: Evie Maslin, 10, from Australia was flying with her siblings''
Pose: Mo Maslin has is pictured above at a paradeAccompanying: Grandfather Nick Norris, pictured, was on board the flight with his three grandchildren
Accompanying: Grandfather Nick Norris, pictured, was on board the flight with his three grandchildren
Pose: Mo Maslin has is pictured above at a parade''
Child victims: Three grandchildren, Mo Maslin, 12, (left), his brother Otis, eight, (centre) and sister Evie Maslin, 10, (right) were killed on the flight along with their grandfather Nick Morris
Child victims: Three grandchildren, Mo Maslin, 12, (left), his brother Otis, eight, (centre) and sister Evie Maslin, 10, (right) were killed on the flight along with their grandfather Nick Morris''
At one swoop: An entire Indonesian family was killed in the attack: John Paulissen, his wife Yuli Hastini and two children, Martin Arjuna Paulissen, five and Sri Paulissen, three
At one swoop: An entire Indonesian family was killed in the attack: John Paulissen, his wife Yuli Hastini and two children, Martin Arjuna Paulissen, five and Sri Paulissen, three''
Devastation: A surviving relative shows photographers images of the family, who were on the doomed plane
Devastation: A surviving relative shows photographers images of the family, who were on the doomed plane''
The plane was shot down in an 'act of terrorism', killing all 298 passengers and crew on board, including three Australian children, aged between eight and 12, who were travelling with their grandfather.
Nick Norris, 68, from Perth, Australia, was flying on the service with his grandchildren Mo, 12, Evie, 10, and Otis Maslin, eight, when it was shot down at around 16.00 BST yesterday.
The family had been on holiday and the children’s parents had remained in Amsterdam for a few extra days, but Mr Norris took his grandchildren on MH17 to get them back to Australia in time for school, Australian broadcasters reported.

NATIONALITIES OF THE MH17 VICTIMS

Netherlands: 189
Malaysia: 44
Australia: 27
Indonesia: 12
UK: 10
Germany: 4
Belgium: 4
Philippines: 3
Canada: 1
New Zealand: 1
Unverified: 3
The tragedy has sparked outrage across the globe, with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk leading calls on world powers to support his government in bringing to justice 'those b****** who committed this international crime' after a passenger plane was shot down over his country.
Security forces from Ukraine claim to have intercepted two phone conversations in which in which pro-Russian separatists seem to celebrate hitting the plane. In the wake of the aviation disaster tributes have poured in for the victims, who include families and renowned researchers.
Mr Norris’s son Brack, 24, paid tribute to his father, niece and nephews. ‘I’m a bit dizzy right now,’ he told MailOnline in Australia.
The family had been on holiday and the children’s parents had remained in Amsterdam for a few extra days, but Mr Norris took his grandchildren on MH17 to get them back to Australia in time for school, Australian broadcasters reported.
Mr Norris, the managing director of management consulting firm Collaborative Systemic Change Pty Ltd, is survived by his son Brack, who is the company's marketing manager, and daughter Kirstin, a marine engineer with the Royal Australian Navy. He was a well-known member of the South Perth Yacht Club.
The identities of British victims also emerged today, including two Newcastle United fans on their way to see the club play in New Zealand, and a student from Leeds University.
A Leeds university student has also been named as one of the British nationals who died when flight MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine. Richard Mayne, 20,  was originally from Leicester where he lived with his parents.
 He also leaves behind his brothers Thomas, 24, and William, 19. Mr Mayne was studying maths and finance at the university.

Stunned: Ukrainians inspect the wreckage of MH17 as coal miners, farmers and other volunteers help with the grisly task of clearing up the crash sites after the Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down by a surface-to-air missile over the east of the country
Stunned: Ukrainians inspect the wreckage of MH17 as coal miners, farmers and other volunteers help with the grisly task of clearing up the crash sites after the Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down by a surface-to-air missile over the east of the country''
Decimated: A pro-Russian separatist looks at wreckage from the nose section of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane which was downed near the village of Rozsypne
Decimated: A pro-Russian separatist looks at wreckage from the nose section of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane which was downed near the village of Rozsypne  ''
All hand on deck: Coal miners help with the search effort at the crash site near the village of Rozsypne in eastern Ukraine
All hand on deck: Coal miners help with the search effort at the crash site near the village of Rozsypne in eastern Ukraine''
Student: Richard Mayne, 20, was another of the British victims, who studied maths and finance at Leeds University
Student: Richard Mayne, 20, was another of the British victims, who studied maths and finance at Leeds University''
Gap year: Mr Mayne was setting off to spend a year in Australia, friends said
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Around the world: Mr Mayne had been at a celebratory barbecue days before as friends wished him luck on his voyage
Traveller: Mr Mayne was on his way to spend a year in Australia, friends said, and had been at a celebratory barbecue days before where he was wished good luck''
Speaking from the family home today, his father Simon, 53, said: 'He was on his way to Perth. When we were looking at flights together, there was this one that stopped in Amsterdam and we thought it would be perfect.
'I took him to the airport at 3am myself, to fly to Amsterdam. When I first saw it on the news, my heart dropped. I just thought, oh god, oh god – I couldn't believe it. We were hoping and praying he had fallen asleep at Amsterdam and missed his flight.
'You think you've got problems and them something like this happens and it all just takes over. I can't even bring myself to look at a photograph of him. We are beyond devastated. It is such a beautiful sunny day but our lives have been torn apart.'
Student Ben Pocock from Bristol was also named today as one of the victims. Mr Pocock, who was in his early 20s, had just finished studying at Loughborough University and was headed to Australia for a year's placement abroad.
The university paid tribute to Mr Pocock, today, saying he was destined to achieve a first-class degree.
'We are incredibly saddened to hear that one of our students, Ben Pocock, was believed to be a passenger on flight MH17,' a spokesman said.
Student: Ben Pocock, a student from Bristol who had just finished exams at Loughborough University, was headed to a holiday in Australia on MH17
Student: Ben Pocock, a student from Bristol who had just finished exams at Loughborough University, was headed to a holiday in Australia on MH17''
'Ben had just completed the second year of his international business BSc degree and was flying out to begin a professional placement and to study abroad at the University of Western Australia as part of his third year.
'Ben was an excellent student and on course to gain a first class degree. He was also a fine athlete, who played on the university athletic union's Ultimate Frisbee team and won their Player of the Year honour.'
Glenn Thomas, a 49-year-old UN worker from Blackpool, was on board the flight. Mr Thomas was a media relations co-ordinator for the World Health Organisation, an agency of the United Nations agency, and had previously worked as a journalist for the BBC.
Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that 189 Dutch, 44 Malaysian (including 15 crew and two infants), 12 Indonesian, 10 British, four German, three Filipino, and one Canadian citizen were also on the plane.
Mr Thomas grew up in Blackpool and worked as a journalist in the Lancashire seaside resort in the early 1990s, where his twin sister Tracey Withers still lives. The Blackpool Gazette reported that he moved to Geneva, Switzerland, a decade ago to start working for the WHO.
He was said to have posted a status update shortly before starting his journey, which was supposed to end in Melbourne.
Luggage: Passengers' personal possessions are scattered in the fields around the crash site. Some suitcases and bags fell open on impact
Luggage: Passengers' personal possessions are scattered in the fields around the crash site. Some suitcases and bags fell open on impact''
He caught a place from Geneva to Amsterdam, and boarded the doomed service from the Dutch capital to Kuala Lumpur, where he would have boarded a connecting flight. Mr Thomas lived in Geneva with his partner who lived in Geneva with his partner Claudio-Manoel Villaca-Vanetta, but is said to have kept up his ties to Blackpool.
Today one of his nephews said the family was 'totally torn up' by his death. The relative, a son of Mr Thomas's sister Tracey and her husband Mark, said his parents were on holiday in Spain when they heard the news.
He said: 'She is on her way home; she is totally torn up. Like any twins they are very close-one of them feels everything the other does.She must have known in her mind something terrible was going on.'
Tributes were paid to Mr Thomas today, whom colleagues described as 'a wonderful personal and a great professional'. WHO spokesman Fadela Chaib said: ‘I can confirm he was on the flight travelling to Australia to attend the Aids conference in Australia.
Briton: Mr Thomas is from Blackpool and used to work for the BBC
Victim: Briton Glenn Thomas, 49, was among the 298 killed when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was blasted out of the sky by a surface-to-air missile''
International: Mr Thomas (circled) is pictured above at a press conference delivered by the World Health Organisation - an agency of the United Nations - and is surrounded by high-ranking experts from the body
International: Mr Thomas (circled) is pictured above at a press conference delivered by the World Health Organisation - an agency of the United Nations - and is surrounded by high-ranking experts from the body''
‘For the time being we would like to give his family time to grieve. We have lost a wonderful person and a great professional. Our hearts are broken. We are all in shock.’
It was also revealed that two Newcastle United fans were among the 10 Britons killed. A fan site for the football club posted that two people were aboard MH17 on their way to New Zealand, where the team is playing in a pre-season tour.
One of the men is thought to be fan John Alder, who was in his 60s. The loyal supporter is known to other fans as The Undertaker because of his tradition of wearing a suit to every game.
He is thought only to have missed a single match since he started attending in 1973, and follows the team around the world for their away games. 
It is believed John was travelling to the game with another 28-year-old fan, believed to be Liam Sweeney, from Newcastle. 
Before the flight John had made his way from Amsterdam, then boarded the flight destined for Kuala Lumpur.
Tributes have started to pour in for the former BT worker, who was also known for his mullet-style haircut. 
Fan: Tributes were also paid to Liam Sweeney, 28
Newcastle Fans: John Alder, pictured left, and Liam Sweeney, right, were football supporters who were travelling to watch Newcastle United play in New Zealand when MH17 was shot out of the skies''

GROWING LIST OF THE DEAD: NAMED VICTIMS FROM THE MH17 TRAGEDY

Mo Maslin, 12, Australian                                               Otis Malsin, eight, Australian                                             Evie Maslin, 10, Australian
John Paulissen, Indonesian                                           Yuli Hastini, Indonesian                                                        Martin Arjuna Paulissen, five, Indonesian
Sri Paulissen, three, Indonesian                                                 Glenn Thomas, 49, British, WHO press officer          Richard Mayne, 20, British, student
John Alder, 60s, NUFC fan                                                            Liam Sweeney, 28, NUFC fan                                 Elaine Teoh, student, Australian
Nick Norris, 68, Australian                                              Albert Rizk, Australian, estate agent                       Mari Rizk, Australian
Sister Philomene Tiernan, Australian, nun                   Roger Guard, Australian, pathologist                      Jill Guard, Australian
Joep Lange, leading HIV expert                                      Pim de Kuijer, Aids expert                                       Martine de Schutter, Aids expert
Eugene Choo Jin Leong, Malaysian, pilot                     Regis Crolla, Dutch                                                Azrina Yakob, Malaysian, air stewardess
Sanjid Singh Sandu, 41, Malaysian, air steward            Shazana Salleh, Malaysian, air hostess                  Angeline Premila, Malaysian, air hostess
Ben Pocock, early 20s, British, student                          Fatima Dyczynski, Australian, entrepreneur           Liliane Derden, Australian, researcher
Willem Witteveen, 62, Dutch, senator                           Cameron Dalziel, British, helicopter pilot                Fan Shun-Po, Hong Kong, chef
Karlijn Keijzer, 25, Dutch, PhD student
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew said today his players were 'deeply shocked and saddened' at the deaths of two such 'dedicated' fans.
The club said both men were familiar faces at every United away game and attended reserve and academy matches as well as first-team games.
The sixth Briton named today was helicopter rescue pilot and father-of-two Cameron Dalziel.
Mr Dalziel, 43, is from South Africa but travels on a British passport, it is believed. He moveed to Malaysia last October with his wife Reine, and their two sons Sheldon, 14, and four year-old Cruz, to take up a job with CHC Helicopter.
He had previously worked as a helicopter rescue pilot in KwaZulu-Natal, a province of South Africa.
Mr Dalziel's brother-in-law, Shane Hattingh, said his sister Reine was so traumatised she has not been able to answer phone calls from anxious relatives, according to Eye Witness News.
He said: 'She is basically alone there other than with new friends. So she couldn't even talk to me. Apparently three people from the company were there with her. It's crazy, the kids are going to be absolutely shattered.'
It is understood Mr Dalziel had been sent for training in the Netherlands and was returning on yesterday's Malaysia Airlines flight when the plane was shot down.
Victim: Cameron Dalziel, who lived in South Africa but used a British Passport, was named today as a victim
Helicopter pilot: Cameron Dalziel, who lived in South Africa but used a British Passport, was named today as another victim, the sixth Briton''
Sportswoman: A Dutch PhD student studying in the U.S., Karljin Keijzer, was named today by her university as one of the victims
Sportswoman: A Dutch PhD student studying in the U.S., Karljin Keijzer, was named today by her university as one of the victims''
Although no U.S. citizens are though to have been on board the flight, it emerged today that a Dutch PhD student who had spent years working at a university in Indiana.
Karljin Keijzer, 25, was a former rower on the women's team for Indiana University, and was studying Chemistry. Her doctoral adviser today said: 'She was a kind, happy young woman full of ideas about the future. She inspired us all with her optimism about how science will make Earth a better place.'
The airline has now said that all European flights operated by Malaysia Airlines will now be taking alternative routes, avoiding the usual route over Ukraine.
A real estate agent, from Victoria, Australia, his wife, a Perth management consultant, a Melbourne university student and a Sydney Catholic nun are among the Australian dead on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that was shot down on the Russian-Ukraine border.
A Catholic nun from Sydney was also on board the flight. Sister Philomena, a teacher at girls' high school Kincoppal-Rose Bay, was the relative of school students at St Mary’s Catholic Primary School in North Sydney.
Malaysian student Elaine Teoh, who had been studying at Melbourne University, was on the flight, along with recently retired pathologist Roger Guard and his wife Jill from Toowoomba in Queensland, have also been identified from the MH17 flight.
Dr Guard was well regarded in the medical community, acting as the director within the Pathology Queensland laboratory in Toowoomba Hospital. He also helped perform autopsies on the victims of the Queensland flood and was well known for organising local marathon events in his local community for the Toowoomba Road Runner fitness group.
A Victorian couple Frankie Davison and her husband Liam were on MH17. Mrs Davison was a teacher at Toorak College Community, south-east of Melbourne.
On board: Ms Dyczynski's Australian parents fear their Amsterdam-based daughter was on boardEntrepreneur: Fatima Dyczynski, the founder of data company Xoterra Space, is thought to have been on board
Entrepreneur: Fatima Dyczynski, the founder of data company Xoterra Space, is thought to have been on board. Her parents are believed to be Australian''
Pilot: Eugene Choo Jin Leong was flying MH17 when it was shot down. Malaysia Airlines has described him as one of their most trusted pilots
Pilot: Eugene Choo Jin Leong was flying MH17 when it was shot down. Malaysia Airlines has described him as one of their most trusted pilots''
The doomed flight on the tarmac of Amsterdam airport just hours before it was shot down over Ukraine  
The doomed flight on the tarmac of Amsterdam airport just hours before it was shot down over Ukraine'' 
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