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Ukraine / Plane Disaster / A Discussion #1069077

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 21, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The aftermath of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine reviewed; scenes shown from the field guarded by pro-Russian rebels, the bodies in train cars, the international investigators, plane wreckage. [Head of OSCE Dutch team Peter VAN VLIET†- comments.] [At U.N., US Ambassador to U.N. Samantha POWER†- says the investigation is being obstructed.] [President OBAMA - says Russian President Vladimir Putin must cooperate with the investigation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Donetsk: Chris Cuomo) The handover of the black boxes to Malaysian authorities, the handling of the victims of the plane crash, the way the crash scene has been handled, the whereabouts of the train carrying the bodies discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The investigation into the Russian role in the missile launching that downed the plane and Russian denials discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's richard Quest, aviation safety analyst David Soucie and former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd about the plane downing. [In-studio, QUEST - outlines the information the black boxes can reveal.] [In-studio, SOUCIE - comments on the plane parts.] [MUDD - comments on the significance of the physical evidence linking to Russia; talks about "identity intelligence."]

Cooper, Anderson;
Cuomo, Chris;
Sciutto, Jim

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