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Investigators Finally Reach MH17 Crash Sitei
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Henry Ridgwell
August 02, 2014 2:32 AM
A team around 100 international investigators and police was able to visit Friday the crash site of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine. The inspectors had been forced to turn back several times this week due to heavy fighting between Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebel forces. Henry Ridgwell has just returned from Ukraine and reports for VOA.

Investigators Finally Reach MH17 Crash Site

Henry Ridgwell

Published August 01, 2014

A team around 100 international investigators and police was able to visit Friday the crash site of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine. The inspectors had been forced to turn back several times this week due to heavy fighting between Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebel forces. Henry Ridgwell has just returned from Ukraine and reports for VOA.


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