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 New footage reveals Russian-backed rebels arriving at wreckage of MH17. VIDEO

Video showing first minutes after the MH17 flight plane was downed by the pro-Russian militants in the Donbas was published online.

Australian News Corp Australia has published footage filmed at the Malaysian Boeing crash site minutes after the crash, Censor.NET reports.

The footage shows terrorists taking pictures of killed passengers and going through their belongings.

On the video, a rebel unit commander on site takes a call from headquarters and is told there were two planes and he then orders all the civilians to be cleared from the area and all filming to stop, citing his fear it could end up on the internet. He even asks those filming to ensure none of their faces are shown as they go through the bags. He then instructs his men to fan out and retrieve the black box flight recorders and put everything in his car.

The commander can be heard off camera saying: "They say the Sukhoi (Fighter) brought down the civilian plane and ours brought down the fighter.

"But where is the Sukhoi?

"There it is … it's the passenger plane."

Later he is shown an ID card belonging to an air stewardess.

"You see, they are foreigners, Malaysians," he says.

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