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Russia hits out at 'groundless' murder charges over downing of MH17

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Russia hits out at 'groundless' murder charges over downing of MH17

Russia hits out at 'groundless' murder charges over downing of MH17

Almost five years after the Boeing 777 jet was shot down, investigators have charged three Russians and a Ukrainian with murder.

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