Rebel leader: 'We didn't shoot down MH17'
The head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic has spoken to the BBC following the release of the Dutch report into the MH17 disaster.
Aleksandr Zakharchenko says his pro-Russian forces did not have the means to shoot down the plane, and he pointed the finger at the Ukrainian government.
Tuesday's report found a Russian-made BUK missile was responsible for the accident but it did not identify who fired it.
Tom Burridge reports from Donetsk.