MH17 investigation team confirms: Buk missile brought in from Russia - media
Flight MH17 was shot down by a Buk missile which was brought from Russia to Ukraine, according to the Joint Investigation Team's findings, NOS reports.
The weapon is fired from a field in the Ukrainian village of Pervomajsk that at the time of the disaster was in the hands of pro-Russian militants. The missile launcher was then brought back to Russia, NOS.nl citing JIT chief Fred Westerbeke as saying during a meeting with relatives of victims of the disaster.
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