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Suspects of downed Malaysia Airlines plane to be tried in Netherlands

Suspects of downed Malaysia Airlines plane to be tried in Netherlands

Anyone suspected of involvement in the downing of Malaysia Airlines passenger flight MH17 will be tried at a court in the Netherlands.
The countries involved in the investigation into the crashed plane, which was allegedly shot down by a Russian missile nearly three years ago, have agreed to hold the trial in the Netherlands, the Dutch government said on Wednesday.
The investigation isn’t finished and no arrest warrants have been issued.
In 2014, Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down over eastern Ukraine. The incident killed all 298 people aboard, mostly Dutch citizens.
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