The Malaysia Airlines (MH17) Boeing 777-200ER that crashed over Ukraine July 17, killing all 298 on board, was destroyed because of “massive explosive decompression” due to “multiple fragmentation damage caused by a missile explosion,” according to the Ukrainian Security and Defense Council. Speaking at a press briefing at the Ukraine Crisis Media Center on Monday, Ukrainian Security and Defense Council Information Center spokesman Andriy Lyensko said investigators ...

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