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 OSCE Observers Had to Withdraw from Crash Site of Malaysian Flight MH17

Somebody was firing at a distance of about two kilometers.

Observers had to withdraw from one village when they heard artillery fire although work is still continuing across much of the area. This was reported by Censor.NET reffering to ТSN.

"We heard at a distance of approximately two kilometres incoming artillery from where we were and that was too close to continue", told Alexander Hug, the deputy chief monitor of the OSCE Ukraine mission.

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Hug also told that a visit to the village of Petropavlivka had been agreed with the rebels and Ukrainian forces.

It was reported earlier, that the large-scale investigation of the Malaysian Flight MH17 crash began yesterday. 101 experts were able to get to the crash scene.

 
 
 
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