Preliminary report adds weight to speculation on missile

Damning evidence: A photo of Flight MH17

PETALING JAYA: The preliminary report on the MH17 disaster appears to add weight to claims that the Boeing 777 was hit by shrapnel from a missile when it crashed on July 17 while flying over eastern Ukraine.

The report released by the Dutch Safety Board yesterday said the aircraft blew up in mid-air while flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur after being hit by “high-energy objects”, killing all 298 passengers and crew on board.

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