Researches about Ukraine

MH17 report leaves questions unanswered, and casts a light on the state of international law

The Conversation

Rebuilding MH17 from the wreckage was hard, but building a legal case is harder still. Michael Kooren/ReutersWhile the final report of the Dutch Safety Board’s investigation into the loss of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in July 2014 points no finger of blame, the evidence – bow-tie shaped fragments in the debris and bodies of victims – suggests the weapon was a 9N314M warhead launched by the Russian-made Buk surface-to-air missile system.

Russia sees the investigation, conducted in the Netherlands, as a sham aimed at justifying previous accusations. The reality is that without an outright admission of responsibility we …read more

Source: The Conversation

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