With investigators concluding Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) was shot down by a missile fired from a Buk surface-to-air missile system, attention turns toward the perpetrators. International rules prevent the Dutch Safety Board (DSB) from apportioning blame in its Oct. 13 final report, but it did identify a 320-sq.-km (124-sq.-mi.) region-—well within an area controlled by Russian separatists—from where it believes the missile was launched. While DSB chairman Tjibbe Joustra ...

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