MH17: Outrage over downed jet

Last updated 11:52 18/07/2014

Malaysia's Prime Minister vows to find who is responsible for bringing down flight MH17.

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Malaysia has called for an immediate investigating into the crash of flight MH17.

The country's prime minister said the 'OutageMalaysia Airlines jetliner did not make any distress call before it went down in Ukraine, and that the flight route was declared safe by the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

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