Dutch govt releases ‘redacted’ documents about aftermath of MH17 downing

Dutch govt releases ‘redacted’ documents about aftermath of MH17 downing

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The Dutch government released dozens of documents Tuesday about the aftermath of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, but broadcaster RTL News said it would protest against the number of redactions. “We want the relevant facts so that a serious reconstruction can be made of the Cabinet’s performance” after the crash, RTL deputy editor Pieter Klein said. Flight 17 crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17, killing all 298 people on board, and Dutch investigators are probing what is believed to be a surface-to-air missile strike. Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s government is under pressure to reveal all it knew about the risks of allowing passenger planes to fly over the conflict-torn area, AP said.

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