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Ukraine / Plane Disaster #1128356

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 22, 2014
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Donetsk, Ukraine: Mark Phillips) The journey home for the bodies of the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 that was shot down over Ukraine featured; scenes shown of the train carrying the bodies away from the crash site; details given about the discovery that not all the bodies were on the train and the contamination of the site. [OSCE Michael BOCIURKIW††- says as we walk around we are still seeing body parts; says guys in uniforms took out a saw and hacked into the fuselage.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) The investigation into who shot the plane down updated; photos of an SA-11 missile {aka BUK} driving through rebel-held areas of Ukraine before the shoot-down shown; details given about US intelligence findings.

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Russian President Vladimir Putin’s blaming of Ukraine’s government for the fighting noted; scenes shown of President Obama signing a condolence book at the Netherlands embassy.

(Amsterdam: Elizabeth Palmer) The hesitancy of European countries to impose stiff sanctions on Russia due to business and trade ties examined; details given about France’s ship deal and Russia’s trade with Germany and the Netherlands. [International relations analyst Karel van WOLFEREN††- says if people want to sell stuff they’re not going to let billions of dollars pass them by.]

Pelley, Scott;
Phillips, Mark;
Martin, David;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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