The Dutch MH17 investigation is biased, anti-Russian and factually inaccurate

Summary

The Dutch MH17 investigation is biased, anti-Russian and factually inaccurate. (Article in a series of four parts)

Disproof

Claims that the carefully conducted investigation by the Dutch Safety Board is inaccurate are refuted by the Dutch Safety Board’s own reports – the full report of the investigation and related material can be read here: bit.ly/1nRiUCw,

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  • Reported in: Issue 3
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 06/11/2015
  • Language/target audience: Swedish
  • Country: Russia, The Netherlands
  • Keywords: MH17
  • Outlet: sputniknews.com
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Disproof

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