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Radar Images: Media Posts and Pro-Russian Separatists

radar images: Investigators want to go as far as we can get because it's important to know who can be held responsible for this absolute tragedy, top Dutch prosecutor Fred Westerbeke said, according to Vancouver Courier. The trial for the defendants, who also include a Ukrainian separatist fighter, was set for next March in the Netherlands, though it appeared unlikely any of them would be brought before the court, since Russia and Ukraine forbid the extradition of their citizens. The case, built with the help of wiretaps, radar images and social media posts, marks the most significant step yet toward tying the tragedy to Moscow, which has backed the pro-Russian separatists fighting to seize control of eastern Ukraine.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver-based low-cost airline vows to take off this December Vancouver police survey safety in Gastown Completing Vancouver musician's album cathartic for those he left behind Restaurant servers' minimum wage increasing 5/hour by 2021In announcing the charges, prosecutors appealed for witnesses to help lead them even further up the chain of command in President Vladimir Putin's Russia. Russia's Foreign Ministry called the charges against the country's citizens absolutely unfounded and accused the investigators of using dubious sources of information and ignoring evidence provided by Moscow in order to discredit Russia. Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was brought down on July 17, 2014, over eastern Ukraine by what investigators said was a Buk missile from a Russian anti-aircraft unit. It said, too, that the international team turned a blind eye to Ukraine's failure to close its airspace to commercial flights despite the fighting that endangered aircraft. ( As reported in the news.