Ukraine says it can prove Russian arms downed jet ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page MAXIM ZMEYEV/Reuters During TV appearances on Sunday, Secretary of State John Kerry tied Russia to the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17. Pictured: A piece of the wreckage. MAXIM ZMEYEV/Reuters Items were scattered at the crash site. Investigators from the UN arrived to help in the probe, but they were unable to reach the location due to safety concerns, an official said. IGOR KOVALENKO/EPA Workers handled debris at the main crash site. MAXIM ZMEYEV/Reuters Ukrainian coal miners participated in a search operation on Sunday. NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images A minute of silence was observed during a vigil in Kuala Lumpur for the victims. DAVE HUNT/EPA A boy placed a teddy bear outside the Dutch embassy in Kiev. BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images Employees with Ukraine's State Emergency Service searched for bodies. Robert Ghement/EPA A journalist looked at the pilots’ cabin. Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters A European monitor spoke with a pro-Russian separatist near the crash site. robert Ghement/EPA Rebels patroled the main crash site. Robert Ghement/EPA A separatist guarded debris. Evgeniy Maloletka/Associated Press A pro-Russian fighter guarded the crash site. Roman Pilipey/EPA Flowers were outside the Dutch embassy in Kiev. DOMINIQUE FAGET/AFP/Getty Images A group of Ukrainian miners assisted the search for victims in a wheat field. Jim WATSON/AFP/Getty Images “The eyes of the world are on eastern Ukraine,” President Obama said at the White House. Athit Perawongmetha/ REUTERS A woman lit candles at a memorial for victims in Kuala Lumpur. EVERT JAN DANIELS/EPA/Getty images Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima signed a condolence register. John Minchillo/Associated Press US Ambassador Samantha Power spoke at an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council. Dmitry Lovetsky/AP Passengers' personal luggage was collected at the site of the crash. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Arthur Laumann of the Netherlands held a photo in Amsterdam of family friend Wayan Sujana of Bali. ANASTASIA VLASOVA/EPA Paul Gubarev (third from left), the pro-Russian self-proclaimed governor of the Donetsk region, at the site of the crash. ROMEO GACAD Grieving Indonesian Yuriah Tanzil, sister of flight passenger Ninik Yuriani, held a photo in Jakarta. ALEXANDER KHUDOTEPLY/AFP/Getty Images A Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 298 people crashed in eastern Ukraine, officials said.