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Russia’s MH17 narrative: a year of self-incrimination


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Foreign Minister Lavrov taking in the PaperBoeing action commemorating victims of MH17, Dutch Embassy, Moscow, July 17, 2015

By far, this is the clearest and most powerful indictment against Russia and Russian propaganda that I have ever seen.

I consider this a must-read for anyone wanting to research or study this conflict.

By Paula Chertok

2015/07/19 • ANALYSIS & OPINION, OP-ED

Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 over the skies of eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board. From the moment this tragedy occurred, and some would say even before it, Russia has been doing everything in its power to obstruct the investigation, while at the same time completely denying its responsibility. And Russia is not just denying its own responsibility, but the responsibility of the so-called pro-Russia “separatists” or “rebels” who controlled the territory where the Boeing 777 came crashing…

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