MH17 flight disaster became a strong international problem

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Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak said he spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin by phone late Friday to stress the need for an objective, unfettered probe into the crash that killed 298 people. At the same time Ukraine’s government said in a statement:  “The Ukrainian government officially announces: terrorists with the support of Russia are trying to destroy proof of this international crime.” Russian-backed Ukrainian rebels are now hastily removing all social network posts on the internet that could link them to MH17. The Organisation of Security Co-operation of Europe (OSCE) has been reportedly barred from entering the crash site by armed rebels, who fired a warning shot to deter them. The Ukrainian Interior Ministry had also released a blurry video purportedly showing a truck carrying a BUK missile system with two rockets missing towards the Russian border.

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