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 Russian Buk without one missile recorded in Luhansk next day after MH17 tragedy in 2014. VIDEO

Almost all of the ground objects that were used to identify the route of the Russian Buk that downed MH17 Boeing in 2014 over the Donbas remain on their places even three years after the tragedy.

As reported by Censor.NET, journalists of Donbas.Realii project by Radio Svoboda visited all well-known landmarks of the Russian Buk's route on the way to and from its downing site of MH17.

The last time the Buk was seen in Luhansk the following day after the tragedy - at 5 a.m. July 18. The Buk was recorded on video by an Interior Ministry covert employee who worked on the occupied territory. The missile system was being taken back to Russia.

"The value of it [the video- ed.] is that, as experts found, it clearly shows the lack of one ground-to-air missile, and we have geo-referencing - a billboard," says Interior Ministry's communications department director Artem Shevchenko.
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Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down over the Donetsk region on July 17, 2014. 298 people died in the crash. The passengers were citizens of 10 countries. The majority of victims (196) were Dutch nationals. On July 21, 2014, the Russian MoD presented a series of fabricated and misleading information about the flight path of MH17, radar data, etc.
 
 
 
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