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Pieces of debris and human bone fragments from flight MH17 have taken by journalist Michel Spek Cherry from Ukraine, is a piece of bone from one of the passengers. That said a spokesman for the Prosecutor's Office Friday.
Dutch Forensic Institute (NFI) has to established that the bone is from a passenger whose identity is obsolete in 2014. The relatives of the victim have informed. The other objects found according to the OM were not relevant to the criminal investigation into the circumstances of the sinking of the device. That was shot down over rebel territory on July 17, 2014, with a BUK missile of Russian origin. Also, all passengers arrived, including 196 Dutch travelers killed.
(Translated from the original Dutch newspaper)
MOSCOW, January 12. /TASS/. Russia fears that the results of a probe into the Malaysian airliner’s crash over eastern Ukraine in 2014 may be censored and may fail to reach the public at large, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said. READ ALSO Dutch journalist says plane fragments can still be found at MH17 crash site The Russian diplomat made this statement after the Dutch authorities seized material evidence from the journalists found at the plane crash site. According to the spokeswoman, the plane’s debris "is still there, at the tragedy site, and it is not being investigated by a joint investigative group led by the Dutch Prosecutor’s Office." More: tass.com...
Sunday December 25th I left (along with Stefan Beck) through Warsaw, Moscow and Rostov to Donetsk. The purpose of the trip (among others) was to do research on everyday life and the development of DNR in eastern Ukraine since the war began in 2014. Many stories are going around about what’s going on and a lot of those stories contradict each other. We are two months engaged in preparations and we have considered all the possible scenarios, including the safety-issues.