The Latest Updates About Ukraine And Flight MH17: News Roundup
by Tyler Durden
For those just waking up and looking to catch up on all the latest news out of Ukraine and the MH17 crash response in particular, here is the latest news roundup.
Putin says country will resist attempts to destabilize it; sees not direct threat to Russian sovereignty
Putin, Dutch PM Rutte hold phone call on MH17 crash issues
Separatist leader Borodai hands over black boxes; says rebels didn’t shoot down MH17
Train with MH17 bodies arrives in Kharkiv: Interfax
Pro-Russia rebels released bodies of victims, turned over two black box flight recorders; have given investigators access to MH17 crash site.
EU Foreign ministers meet today to discuss sanctions against Russia; U.K., Germany seek to limit expectations
German Deployment for UN in Ukraine conceivable: Leipziger
Obama urges Putin to rein in “Russia-backed” rebels
Self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic PM Borodai declares ceasefire at site, says separatists didn’t have technical means to shoot down plane
Russian Ambassador to Malaysia says “no way” rebels could down plane, videos implicating them are fake