MAS is appealing to the family members or friends of those onboard MH17 to contact the airline.
Here is the press release:
In the past 45 hours, the airline together with various foreign embassies have made every effort to establish contact with the next-of-kin but is still unable to identify many more family members.
They are advised to contact Malaysia Airlines’ Family Support Centre at +603 7884 1234 (in Malaysia).
Alternatively the family or friends may call the numbers below in their respective countries:
Netherlands (Malaysia Airlines Amsterdam office): +31 20 521 6252
Australia (Malaysia Airlines Sydney office): +61 2 9364 3534
Indonesia (Malaysia Airlines Jakarta office): +62 2 1522 9705
New Zealand (Malaysia Airlines Auckland office): +64 9 306 3930
United Kingdom (Malaysia Airlines London office): +44 20 7341 2060
Germany (Malaysia Airlines Frankfurt office): +49 69 1387 1980
Philippines (Malaysia Airlines Manila office): +63 2 889 1863
And the passenger manifest has been released by MAS, you can see it in below.
The International AIDS Society confirmed that at least six delegates traveling to the 20th International AIDS Conference, including former IAS President Joep Lange, were on board the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17.
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10. As of 19 July 2014, 5:00pm, the latest number of passengers and their nationalities was as below:
11. Debris at the crash site of a passenger plane near the village of Grabovo, Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed
12. Mourners have laid flowers at the doorstep of the embassy to pay respect to victims
13. Grim: Bodies lie strewn among the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 a day after it was shot down over pro-Russian rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine
14. The International AIDS Society confirmed that at least six delegates traveling to the 20th International AIDS Conference, including former IAS President Joep Lange, were on board the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17
15. A note is left at a large sign on the Princes Bridge where flowers have been left for the AIDS Conference delegates killed on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17
16. About 100 of the 298 people killed on the downed Malaysia Airlines jet were heading to the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, including researchers, health workers, activists and people living with HIV