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Putin Rejects Conclusions Of Investigation Into Downing Of Flight MH17

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Putin Rejects Conclusions Of Investigation Into Downing Of Flight MH17

Putin Rejects Conclusions Of Investigation Into Downing Of Flight MH17

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 reporters after his annual question-and-answer session, Putin said the investigation had not presented any proof that Russia was responsible for shooting down of the airliner.

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