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Ukraine / Plane Disaster #1127880

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 20, 2014
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(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine updated; audiotape played of 2 rebels talking about finding the black boxes quickly because Russia is interested in them.

(Washington: Jim Sciutto; Donetsk: Phil Black; Donetsk: Noah Sneider; Studio: Poppy Harlow) The authenticity of the recordings released by the Ukrainian government, Russia’s efforts to cover up its role, the security at the crash site, the time frame for outside investigators to access the site, and civilian deaths in the area because of the rebel fighting discussed.

(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Live telephone conversation held with OSCE spokesperson Michael Bociurkiw† about the time frame for the investigation. [Voice of BOCIURKIW – describes visiting the crash sites and viewing the train cars where the bodies are being held; says they do not know where the black boxes are.]

Reporter(s):
Sciutto, Jim;
Black, Phil;
Sneider, Noah;
Harlow, Poppy
Duration:
00:10:20

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