Dutch Safety Board Issue Their Findings On The MH17 Air Disaster

mh17 wreckage, image taken from the independant

GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS – OCTOBER 13: A general view of the cockpit wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were consciously of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

mh17 wreckage, image taken from the independant

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