MH17: Russia hits out at ‘groundless’ murder charges

MH17: Russia hits out at ‘groundless’ murder charges

It’s almost five years since a Russian missile was used to shoot down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine, killing 298 people on board.

Now the first charges were announced by prosecutors.

Four suspects – three Russians and a Ukrainian – were issued with international arrest warrants over the incident.

They include members of Russia’s security and intelligence agencies.

Moscow has dismissed the charges as groundless, as our foreign affairs editor Deborah Haynes reports.

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