RT America -- July 21, 2014
Eastern Ukrainian rebel leaders Monday evening turned over to international investigators the black boxes belonging to downed Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. The come move came shortly after the bodies of the victims were handed over and placed onto a train that will travel to the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. A reported 298 individuals were on board the aircraft when it was reportedly shot down Thursday over the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine. After reaching Kharkiv, the victims’ remains will be transported to the Netherlands and other countries. RT’s Roman Kosarev reports from the Donetsk region with more details.
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