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Ukraine, rebels argue over crash site

Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 01:10

Ukraine accuses Russia and pro-Moscow rebels of destroying evidence of ''international crimes'' while emergency crews work to collect bodies from site of Malaysian plane crash. Jillian Kitchener reports.

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They're working tirelessly in a rebel-held territory of Eastern Ukraine. Emergency workers face the grueling task of collecting bodies. The charred remains of a Malaysian Airliner lie scattered across a corn field. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MALAYSIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER LIOW TIONG LAI SAYING: "The world has a moral obligation to ensure that the remains of all victims are recovered and treated with respect. We will play our part in fulfilling this obligation." Ukraine is accusing Russia and pro-Moscow rebels of destroying evidence from the wreckage. The Malaysian Transport Minister is worried the crash site may not be secure, but says Russia is helping to ensure safety at the site. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MALAYSIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER LIOW TIONG LAI SAYING: "Any action that prevents us from learning the truth about what happened to MH17 cannot be tolerated. Failure to stop such interference would be a betrayal of the lives that we lost." Victims' family members met with the Malaysian Prime Minister behind closed doors. ...Trying to make sense of Malaysia Airlines' second major disaster of the year. Many questions remain unanswered, as all people can do now is come together and pray.

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Ukraine, rebels argue over crash site

Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 01:10