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Investigation Shows 'No Proof' Russia Was Behind Flight MH17 Attack, Putin Says

WorldNews Thursday, 20 June 2019
Investigation Shows 'No Proof' Russia Was Behind Flight MH17 Attack, Putin SaysRussian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday the international community had failed to provide any evidence that Moscow was behind the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in which 298 people died, the South China Morning Post reported.“What we’ve seen as evidence of Russia’s guilt absolutely does not suit us. We believe that there is no proof there” – Vladimir Putin On Wednesday, international investigators charged three Russians and a Ukrainian, the first people to face justice over the catastrophe in eastern Ukraine in July, 2014. The investigators did not implicate any Russian commanders or the Kremlin, but they released what they said was an intercept of a conversation...
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President Vladimir Putin said that Russia disagreed with the conclusions of an international investigation in the downing of a passenger plane over Ukraine in 2014. Investigators named three Russians and a Ukrainian as suspects in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17. Speaking to...

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