MH17 missile which killed Newcastle United superfans did come from Russia, say investigators
The missile which brought down flight MH17 did come from Russia, say investigators.
That’s the finding of a criminal inquiry into the disaster which killed Newcastle superfans John Alder and Liam Sweeney in 2014.
The investigation’s interim results, which were announced on Wednesday, were given first to victims’ families who have been waiting more than two years for answers as to who was responsible for shooting down the Malaysia Airlines aircraft.
They heard that the ground-to-air missile which struck the plane as it flew over the Ukraine, killing all 298 fellow passengers and crew on... read more
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