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MH17 victims’ son wants pressure on Russia

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An Australian man whose parents were killed in the Malaysia Airlines disaster in 2014 says the international community must pressure Russia to take responsibility after investigators found its missile brought down flight MH17.

Australia and other countries are considering the next steps towards prosecution after the finding from the tragedy four years ago was handed down by Dutch National Police on Thursday.

“It’s good to see some strong evidence that Russia was involved. Clearly, Russia has a lot of questions to answer,” Paul Guard, who lost his parents Jill and Roger in the disaster, told the ABC on Friday.


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