These heartbreaking photos show children's toys and books lying among the wreckage of the downed Malaysia Airlines MH17 plane in a field in Ukraine.

The doomed flight was carrying 80 children, mostly Dutch, going away on holiday with their families. The Netherlands had 193 citizens on the flight, and there were 43 Malaysians and 27 Australians.

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Teddy bears and a 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' book lie among the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in a field in eastern UkraineReuters
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A life jacket and a child's diary, containing entries about previous holiday trips, written in DutchAFP
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A child's suitcase containing a sticker book and coloured pencilsGetty
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Old vinyl recordsAFP
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Children's books, playing cards and Euro banknotesAFP
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Children's books and a Minnie Mouse pencil caseReuters
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Guide books to Bali, a map of Europe, an H&M T-shirt and chargersAFP
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A broken watchstrap, a clipboard and lip balm near a suitcaseReuters
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Passengers' belongings found at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 are pictured near the village of Hrabove, Donetsk region, UkraineReuters
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Passengers' belongings, including a guide book, a novel and some toiletries, strewn at the site of the crash of the Malaysia Airlines jet near the town of Shaktarsk, in rebel-held east UkraineAFP
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A masked pro-Russia separatist fighter sits near personal belongings of passengers at the scene of the crashGetty

There have been reports of pro-Russian separatists allegedly tampering with the dead and their luggage, robbing the bodies.

A UN resolution demands that armed groups who control the crash site do not disturb debris, belongings or victims' remains.